1000 Gifts – Day 14

26 02 2013

Day 13 (and why I’m doing this)

326. Mozartkugeln, the spherical ones, not the ones with the flat bottoms
327. Seeing a Halloween pumpkin and our Christmas tree next to each other in our backyard
328. Catching a raccoon trying to steal seed from the bird feeder hanging on our swing set
329. Finding the missing sock after its disappearance a month ago
330. Blanky Bear and the other teddies in our home who are alive and loved
331. The smell of burnt popcorn finally gone from my classroom
332. A quiet and still house during afternoon nap time
333. Friends who continually challenge me to live a better life, a higher calling
334. Meandering about castles of yore
335. Anyone brave enough to go door-to-door to sell Girl Scout cookies
336. Remembering to charge the watch on my Garmin watch before a race
337. Remembering to hit the “start” button on my Garmin before crossing the start line
338. Remembering to hit the “stop” button on my Garmin after crossing the finish line
339. Feeling the prompting of the Holy Spirit to sometimes speak and sometimes wait
340. Red, orange, and yellow leaves falling off the trees in October
341. Realizing I love Indian food
342. Making it through an entire apple in one sitting
343. Watching Caleb’s face when he opened his birthday present – tickets to a Weird Al concert
344. Knowing parents of my students pray for me
345. The unexpected gift of a homemade meal when Caleb was in the hospital
346. Impromptu neighborhood bonfires in our backyard
347. Every inch of counter space filled with delectables on Thanksgiving
348. Receiving coupons for $10 off a $10 purchase at JC Penney
349. Students who volunteer to take event photos for yearbook
350. Getting medical test results back that say all is well

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