Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Thankful!

The LORD is my strength and my shield;
My heart trusts in Him, and I am helped;
My heart leaps for joy and

I will give thanks to him in song.
Psalm 28:7

Enter his gates with thanksgiving
and his courts with praise;
give thanks to him and praise his name.

Psalm 100:4


Carter's verse on his paper cornucopia from school had Psalm 28:7 on it with the things he is thankful for.
Not in any particular order just written on the fruit and veggies.
- TV - because it is entertaining.
- Soda - because it "taest" good.
- Food - because I could not live without it.
-Baseball Cards - because they are entertaining.


Cole's cornucopia had Psalm 100:4 without thankful items written on it. I don't think it was the third grades assignment for that craft. Cole mentioned to me yesterday morning on the way to school that there is so much he is thankful for that it wouldn't fit on any paper. He mentioned bugs (he LOVES bugs) because we as humans are dependent on plants to give us oxygen. Without bugs there wouldn't be any plants was his reasoning. That is my deep thinker for ya. He did have a turkey made from his footprint with the following poem:

Thanksgiving is cool.
Pumpkin pie is awesome.

I love Thanksgiving.



We cannot leave out Stuart. He made two placemats this year. One for school the other at CBS (bible study). When asked what he is most thankful for his reply is "My puppy". That is his bedtime lovie. We cannnot go to bed without her. He calls puppy a her. At school yesterday, he made an adorable notecard with his fingerprint. Keepsake that is for sure!On the placemat is the following poem:

The Feast of the Tabernacles is a celebration
when God’s people remember the many wonderful
things He did for them after they left Egypt.

Remember, remember, how God loved them so,
And saved them from the Egyptians a long time ago;
He opened the sea so they could pass by,
He put a cloud of protection up in the sky;
He kept them safe and wanted them to know
To praise Him, to thank Him for loving them so.

Thanksgiving Day is a time when we give
thanks to God for all He has blessed us with.


I am thankful for many things this holiday. The depths of my thankfulness are hard to put in writing.

Update- so far I do not have a infection yet. Just a cold. Please pray it stays that way due to my low white blood cell count. My body most likely will not be able to fight off an infection too well. I am guessing it is still low. Time will tell.

The boys are off today for the start of Thanksgiving break.
Off to make breakfast...
k-

6 comments:

peskitaliano said...

Happy Thanksgiving Kate and family! I am thankful for our friendship and for God's amazing grace- I am also thankful that we are coming home to STL in a little over three weeks! Have a wonderful restful (haha) long weekend! Love in Christ- Jen (Italia)

Amy said...

Happy Thanksgiving to your family, Kate! Hope you and your boys make some wonderful memories!

Thanks for visiting our blog, and leaving a couple of comments. I'm sure you know how bloggers love comments!

Praying!
Amy

Anonymous said...

I'm thankful for you friend and the gift of time God has given you and your family!

Anonymous said...

Happy Thanksgiving!!! LOVE those verses!

I laugh in delight while reading your stories about the boys...how God gave each of them a different personality, so precious!

Love,
Sue :)

Anonymous said...

Thankful for you, my miracle of a friend! Just one short year ago, we weren't sure if you'd walk or write again...and look at you now! Wow, what a gift and a blessing to others. God is so good!

Love and miss you! Ramona

Anonymous said...

Hey, Kate...glad to see the artful expressions of your boy brood...some creative minds and sweet thankful hearts there... Your quoting some stuff about the Israelites took me back to the BSF studies we did on them "back in the day" when we were all single and just meeting each other. Strange to think back that far sometimes, huh? Hugs and much love from this keyboard to yours! L Jo