This week we gather with family and friends this week to give thanks for what God has given us. Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on what you are grateful for in your life! You shouldn’t just limit this to Thanksgiving though! God tells us to enter His gates with Thanksgiving in our hearts. Rejoice in what He has given us and praise His name! Giving thanks shouldn’t be limited to November. You should give thanks every day! With the way social media has taken over our world it seems that people have forgotten how to be grateful. It isn’t that hard to say thank you when someone does something nice for you.
Handwritten cards are one of my favorite ways to show someone that I am grateful for them! Letting someone know that you appreciate them may seem so small but it may mean the world to someone!
Showing your gratitude can be as simple as just saying thank you to someone! I hope you have a great Thanksgiving and enjoy the day with your family and friends.
This post is part of a blog party! Stop by the other blogs to see what they are thankful for this year!
by It’s a Felty Thing
What Thanks in Abundance Teaches Us
by Armadillo Bulldog
You know what? Life happens sometimes! Sometimes life throws hurricanes and tropical storms at you and there is nothing you can do about it! That’s what happened this past week! We were watching Hurricane Michael wondering where it would hit in Florida and if it would still be a hurricane when it got to us! Unfortunately, it hit Florida as a category 4 storm and there was major damage done there. However, we got the storm as a tropical storm and only got a lot of wind and rain. We had some tree branches blow down but there was no major damage to our home.
I got off track of my bullet journaling posts! That’s okay though! Honestly over the month of September while I was preparing for this year’s series I came to the conclusion that bullet journaling isn’t really my style of planning. I would rather have my planner already made out for me! Haha! I enjoy keeping the lists like new places to eat, books read, books to read, etc. The trackers and everything else is just not for me though!
I would much rather devote my blog to crafts, recipes, and just general life in the RCGG house! So in the next few weeks I will be getting back to what Random Crafty Georgia Girl was pretty much founded on! I have some crafts and recipes that I’ll be making and sharing with you! I can’t wait for you to see what is in store!
On weekends I usually take time to spend with Mr. RCGG! So I will be doing short posts with some pictures or links from other bullet journalers! Some may be from a Facebook group I recently found and some may be from Pinterest!
I have a few tv shows I watch that Mr. RCGG doesn’t care for. I also sometimes forget when they are on! Haha! We usually have baseball or football on in our house during the evening hours. I’m so glad that we have DVR and I can record the shows! I made a list of the shows and when they are on.
Mr. RCGG and I love traveling! It has always been one of our favorite things. We usually go somewhere that has something to do with history. Some of our favorite places to visit are civil war forts. Mr. RCGG has always loved the civil war era. We also love beaches! Haha! Today, I’m sharing my travel lists with you!
Bullet Journaling is becoming more and more popular. I’m still very new to this form of planning. I’m still just making lists and keeping track of things I need to do in my daily life and in the long run. Today I am sharing my books read list.
Life gets busy, but you still want that connection in your community. You think to yourself Nobody got time for that!! That’s where you are wrong. I recently read The Turquoise Table by Kristin Schell and it changed how I think about connecting with others in your neighborhood!