Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Contentment, Thankfulness, and Happily Ever After

Contentment...
Definitely an out of style commodity these days.
You cannot find it in the stores on Black Friday.
It's not available on-line on Cyber Monday.
It is only available in one place from one person.
Within yourself from God.
It's available here and now.
It begins with being thankful.
Live today as though it's your happily ever after.
It is.

Sara Elizabeth wrote a lovely post on Contentment at A Mama's Story:
Be Content With Such Things as Ye Have.

Happy Thanksgiving!
Laura of Harvest Lane Cottage






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5 comments:

  1. Yes! I truly share your sweet sentiments.

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  2. Have a terrific weekend and Advent season, Laura!
    Laura, too.

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  3. Yes this has crossed my mind especially on black Friday. Great post.
    Sherry

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  4. So true. Thanks for sharing with us at The Thankful HomeAcre Hop!

    Please join us again Thursday for The HomeAcre Hop at:
    http://summersacres.blogspot.com/2013/12/the-homeacre-hop-48.html

    ~Ann

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  5. Hi Sherry,
    May God bring peace, hope, and love to you in immeasurable proportions this holiday season as you focus on His son, Jesus.
    Blessings,
    Laura

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