Tuesday, February 19, 2013


Eucharisteo (verb) to be grateful, feel thankful, give thanks. The root word of eucharisteo is charis, meaning “grace”, while its derivative in Greek is chara, meaning “joy”. This one word, eucharisteo, encompasses a literary progression of giving thanks, finding grace, and experiencing joy.

45.  glitter-strewn floors where love and glue made Valentines

46.  icy winds that cut through the nonsense

47.  sweet, juicy oranges in winter

48.  piano music, gentle and sweet

49.  houseplants, silently seeking the light

50.  release from pain

51.  children's voices praising God in song

52.  the opportunity to give to others freely
53.  truth from the preacher's mouth

54.  roosters crowing celebration of each day

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55.  having enough to share

56.  grandma's pillow

57.  quiet time in the car

58.  quilts stitched together by family hands


Our Neck of the Woods said...

I love the photo of the rooster :) I love their crowing as well!

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Laura said...

Thanks, Tammy! His name is Parrot, because when he was a little guy, he liked to fly up and sit on my shoulder all the time. He's just about the best, sweetest rooster one could ever ask for. :)


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