Are you noticing more and more the amazing women in your life?
If you are a woman are you recognizing how powerful it is to others as you appreciate and honor true womanhood?
Isn't it interesting what showing gratitude does to your heart and your mental state?
This may not be a real comfortable challenge for some people. Sometimes it is hard to express our feelings, especially when they are deep.
We may even be frustrated by not being able to express those feelings to that specific person. Maybe we can't find them, remember their name, or perhaps they have passed on. Whatever the reason we may not be able to express it to them personally, we can thank God for putting them in our lives.
And we can thank Him for putting a woman who would glorify Him by doing good, in our life.
Continue on with your effort to thank good women! Don't give up! I know that it is making a powerful difference for even a few women!
For myself, there are a few women I would love to thank and have no idea where to find them.
Denise Scripzinski. You made a big impact on my life when I was about 10. You were a young married woman teaching school. You let me come over that summer and made homemade playdough, and we made cutouts with it. You introduced me to the book Peter Potts which my kids now love. Thank you!
Ms. Schlater. You were my 6th,7th, and 8th grade English teacher. You worked two jobs because you loved to teach, but it just didn't pay well. I will never forget how you took a popular book of the time and pointed out just by reading a bit of it aloud to the class that there were some books that were more like reading garbage than reading gourmet and that no matter how young we were we should read the good.