Sunday, November 4, 2012

An Attitude of Gratitude

Hey all my great friends!

 

If you don’t already know Kristin from Simply Klassic Home then you have to go and meet her.  She is a very special lady. 

 

Kristin has asked me and several others to be a part of a season of gratitude series that she is hosting on her beautiful blog.  I was so happy to be a part of this with Kristin and these other ladies.  I will be sharing later on in November what I am most thankful for.

 

For now though, I would love for you to read a little of Kristin’s heart and why she is doing what she is doing…

 

From Kristin….

 
 
Having an Attitude of Gratitude

If I've learned anything in the past year, it's that life, love and all of the things that go with it can be too easily taken for granted. This year has taught that in order to live a life of meaning, a life that's worth something, you have to be grateful for what you have already.

Blogging is all about sharing, and in turn, inspiring.

I was recently inspired to write a series of posts on gratitude, and how it's present in my life. I've asked fifteen of my friends to join me in an effort to inspire an Attitude of Gratitude in YOU  in this season of thanksgiving, and I hope you'll join us.

Beginning November 1 and right up until Thanksgiving, I, along with fifteen of my blogger friends, will be here sharing thoughts on gratitude. What we thankful for, how we teach their kids to be grateful, and how we find beauty in the struggles are just a few of the topics we'll be discussing.

I'm so GRATEFUL to have joining me -

Vanessa from At the Picket Fence

Lisa from Fern Creek Cottage

Jenn from Clean & Scentsible

Solange from Shaggy Sheep Home

Kristin from My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia

Denise from Pink Postcard

Brandy from Grey Lane Home

Kate from Salvage Dior

Amy from All Things Home

Noelle from Because Nice Matters

Laurie from That Ranch Girl

Korrie from Red Hen Home

Pamela from PB&J Stories

Rhonda from home.made.

Kristen from Ella Claire

Each of these amazing ladies has a unique story to tell. Some of them you may know and some may be new to you. I consider each of them a friend. I hope that you make time to stop by each day in November (Monday thru Friday) to welcome them and see what unique thoughts they have to offer.

 

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This LINK will take you to the first post that was written on November 1st by Vanesssa  At The Picket Fence.

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4 comments:

On Crooked Creek said...

Amy,
What a precious idea!!! Kristen is so thoughtful in choosing you to be a part of this inspiring "Attitude of Gratitude" mission. I began following your blog due to the fact that I could feel Christ love in your voice as you wrote each post! Reading your profile was the final confirmation that you and I shared the same Risen Savior! I'll be watching for your upcoming post ( as always)! Thanks for introducing me to Kristen...I'm going to visit her blog right now! Have a blessed week, dear friend!
Fondly,
Pat

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

THis is something all of us could use and remember! I'll be so excited to see upcoming posts!
An attitude of gratitude! Sigh!

Pam@OurAdventuresInHomeImprovement said...

What a great idea. I'm looking forward to the posts. It's always so good to be inspired by others.

Have a great week!
Pam

Becky C said...

What a sweet way to give Thanks all of November! Looking forward to getting to know all the ladies...and hear their inspiring stories. Great idea :)
I am so grateful for my Tennessee family :)