30 Days of Thanks


Happy November! It is said, that this is the time of year when ‘good’ is in the air. This time of year means something different to everyone and holds a special place in the hearts of many. I’ve always had a strong opinion that we should say what we are thankful for more than just one day a year. Now, I am not saying that anyone who is reading this only says “thank you” once a year. However, November is the time when we are reminded to express what we are thankful for most.

Instead, let’s show a thankful spirit every day in November by giving 30 days of thanks! Why stop there? Why not 365 days of thanks? I am sure all would agree that a thankful spirit is one that should be displayed every day of the year. Like smiles, saying thank you can also be contagious. So why not help spread a little “thankfulness” around.

In the spirit of gratitude and giving thanks, this month’s blogging theme will focus solely on being thankful.

I am most grateful for the relationship I have with my God, and my family. What are you thankful for most? Share your thoughts in the comments below and join the conversation and help spread a little thankfulness.

Thanks for stopping by, and remember to smile and say thank you for all that you have.


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2 thoughts on “30 Days of Thanks

  • Rosie Russell

    I’m thankful for your wonderful post today Carmela! Yes, I agree, we all should try and find something to be thankful everyday. Sometimes we have to look a little harder on some days, but there is always that something.

    I’m thankful for my awesome family, my wonderful friends, and to the man upstairs that has given it all to me.

    Thanks again and I wish you a wonderful November.
    Rosie

  • K. Lamb

    I am of the same mindset, Carmie. I think it is important to be thankful year-round and to remember our blessings. It is something I try to practice, even in the toughest of times, because it is the reminder of those blessings that keep us moving forward with a positive mind and spirit. We are all so fortunate.

    Thank you for reminding us all that there are 365 days in the year…not just one…to be thankful! God bless.