Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Gratitude Challenge Day 2

Hello, dear readers! I am sincerely sorry for the delay in my posts. As I have mentioned in my previous post, constant changes are occurring in my life; my small family moved from one country to another, then from one city in this country to another. The challenge? There was no internet connection right away. But thanks to my little brother (who isn't little anymore) who made it possible. So, here I am again. And as I have promised (before), I'll be posting the rest of my Gratitude Challenge every day. Thank you for dropping by. :)

1. I am extremely thankful for families that God let me be part of; my immediate family (Daddy, Mamu, Ate and her family, my brothers (their respective families) and my in-laws.

With Mamu, our little ladybug, my sis-in-law and my niece
 2. I am so grateful for friends who have been with me through thick and thin. They are some of God's wonderful gifts. Trust that I have been the kind of friend that they wished to have.








3. I am thankful for people whom God has used to make me a better, stronger, gracious and loving person.
Some of my former colleagues

What are you grateful for today? :)

Note: Please note that the pictures are the only ones I have right now. It doesn't mean that just because someone (a family member or a friend) is not in the picture/s doesn't mean I don't consider him or her a family or friend. Thank you for understanding. :)





16 comments:

  1. You're so blessed to have good families and friends. :) - Audric's Mom

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    1. Yes, I believe I am. Thank you, Audric's Mom. Thank you also for dropping by. :)

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  2. Just like you, I have always been thankful for having such a very loving and supportive family. They are my priceless treasures :)

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  3. I dislike moving from one place to another because you have to pack and unpack. :) I'm always grateful for my family.

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    1. Ang hirap no? Specially if from one country to another, hahaha! Thank you for visiting. :)

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  4. I was scrolling down your pics while reading your blog and I saw a familiar face --- NADIA! :) You are indeed blessed. :)

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    1. Yeah, she's my NFF or new-found friend, heehee! Thank you for dropping by, May. :)

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  5. Yes, we should be grateful for our family because they are the best people that would help us grow and stick to us no matter what happens.

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    1. That is so true. And sometimes friends later on become "family" too, di ba? :) Thank you for the visit, Super Mommy Jen. :)

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  6. You are truly blessed that you have a family and friends that you can count on. God Bless you always. :)

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    1. Thank you Rackell. God bless you more. :)

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  7. This is beautiful, thanks for the reminder to be grateful always. You have a lovely family ;)

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  8. Lovely post. A reminder for us that are there more reasons for us to be thankful for everyday!

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  9. You must really be gong through a lot of adjustments! I am in that stage, too, and I'm thankful to God for giving me the strength to cope. :-)

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