Hubby is away tonight. Just in time my mom sent me a package and inside were two of my favorite movies! Funny Girl and Funny Lady. So I am off as soon as I finish my short, sweet and simple Saturday blog post!

I recently read 1000 Gifts by Ann Voskamp and began counting.....not for anyone, not just because of her book.

See, I didn't read the book for quite a while because it seemed like a "fad" and I don't participate in "fads'. After reading a lot of reviews, seeing such a split  in opinions. I decided that I needed to read it for myself and make my own decision about the book. I am so glad that I did.  I needed to, life tends to get me down sometimes. God directed me to this book because I needed it.

I don't intend on sharing all my "countings" here, but might once and awhile. Maybe that will become part of my "Simple Saturday" posts, seems fitting.

 

Counting tonight....

Songs made up by my peanut

Walking the fair with my lil boo's hand in mine

Quiet nights for mommy movie time

Simple Saturday's with no plans

 

May your weekend be simple....

May we be thankful each and every day

Blessings friends!

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