Thank You Prayer

Sunday November 23, 2014
This is the prayer I prayed with my son when he was young. And then life overwhelmed us, school, homework, friend drama, depression and work schedules and prayer together went by the wayside. Howsomever, I do feel and believe this to cover pretty near everything in our current culture. So I felt I should share it with someone.
We thank You Lord
for a roof over our heads,
and a nice warm bed,
for food to eat
and stuff to drink.
For clothes to wear,
and shoes for our feet.
For books to read,
toys to play with,
music to listen to
and songs to sing.
Parents/grandparents who love us
and uncles who do, too.
Thank You for flowers, trees, birds, clouds
and rocks. Grass and weeds.
We thank You for Your Son who died for us
and rose again that we might live in You.
In His name,
Amen.
Today I would add water to drink, our health and friends.
And of course, we cannot forget the colony cats that keep us sane.      Also, pecans to pick up, shell and eat as well as walnuts to toss.
We need to add internet friends of all persuasions, our jobs – whether we like them or not – are necessary for supplies in this world.
This isn’t quite in the flow and form of the original but it is close, not rhyming but it had a certain flow I am unable to quite remember at this time. Goes to show me how much I have forgotten.
Anyway, blessings to all in this season of thankfulness. Me, I’ll be working on Thanksgiving day as per usual these last 7 years – a 12 hour evening shift that day and I may have to work the previous night (the scheduling of a factory security guard’s life). Actually, I will be working for sure 7pm Thursday night through 7am Monday morning (12 hour shifts each night). And I am indeed thankful for my job. No rest for the weary. Not really complaining, just stating facts as I know them. So, yes, I have a lot to be thankful for all the time and I do need to be remembering this more often.
This coming year I am going to try to be more thankful and less complaining.
Thanks for listening.
See you on the flipside.
Mitsu
>^;^<
P.S.
So, what are some of the people and/or things you are thankful for this season? Please to chime in in the comments.2013-05-16_08-28-15_9

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About Mitsubachicats1

I enjoy my son Kit, the cats who take care of me, reading, playing computer games, crafts and growing herbs(tho I haven't done much growing herbs lately). smooches >^;^

Posted on November 24, 2014, in blessings, blogging 101, Blogging U, Blogpaws, Cat blogosphere, cats, factory security guard, photography 101, prayer, Thank You Prayer, thankful, Uncategorized and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.

  1. Is not he sweetness of gratitude enhanced when we share it with our children? thank you for posting

    • Sorry for the delay in response. Thanksgiving week is always rough for me because I work the entire holiday weekend: 12 hour evening shifts for 4 days.
      So, thank you for being thankful for me. It took a moment for me to understand your response but that is ok.
      **speechless**
      Thanks for visiting.
      Mitsu
      >^;^<

  2. I am grateful that my family members have enough food to eat, something I wished for when I was young and my family was passing through an extra rough patch.

  3. Weez always gwateful fur all ow furiends and those hoo became ow framly and ow mommy and da roof over ow heads and food in ow bellies. Weez hav so much to be fankful fur weez do a blest Sunday posty evewy week. Fnaks fur visitin’ ow blog and purrlease come back anytime. Hav a pawsumly blest weekend.

    Luv ya’

    Dezi and Lexi

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