I can truly say that this year, I am most thankful for a loving and faithful husband who has loved me and supported me and celebrated me for almost 40 years! Love is a choice, a commitment, an investment in a relationship that teaches me tangible ways to experience God’s “hesed”. Hesed (chesed) is a Hebrew word for God’s lovingkindness. My husband, Rick, has continually demonstrated love in action towards me and our children and grandchildren and I thank God for him every day!!!!!
I am also thankful for good friends that support me in my passions. Our life group helped me plan a “Party with a Purpose” to help inform our neighbors and friends about the opportunity to put our love in action and support the Gogo Grandmothers ministry that I am involved in. It was a night full of fun and good food and many people opening their hearts to the poorest of the poor. I am so grateful for the outpouring of love and support
I am also thankful for my beautiful daughters who love life and share their passions with me and their families. I love my SILs and my precious 9 grand children and I am blessed beyond measure to be their to be their Mom and Gammie!
Bethany is “thankful for the blessings of my baby boy, life as a mom and a God who is so faithful”.
Jess shared, “This year, I’m very thankful for our new home for many reasons, here are some of them: our family loves to be there, we love our neighbors, we are close to my husband’s work, and the kids play and ride bikes around the cul-de-sac.”
Bekah shared, “I am thankful for my little family, my daughter that is so full of joy, our latest adventure in residency, and the freedoms we are so blessed with living in this country!”
Rachel shared that she is “Thankful for Ellie’s school. I love seeing how much she’s grown and her school is just perfect for our family this year!”
What are you most thankful for this Thanksgiving?
and all the Growing Weisser women