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  1. I do have a little notebook where I keep a list of my gifts, but a full-size notebook to actually journal is a much better idea. Yours looks great! I, too, have gotten out of the habit of journaling. It is a tough habit to keep up with the busyness of life, but it is important; both for our benefit and for the benefit of others (perhaps our children one day?) Thanksgiving is my very favorite holiday, as well, for the same reasons you mentioned. I think that reading Choosing Gratitude during the month of November is an excellent idea. I read Ann Voskamp’s The Greatest Gift during the month of December. Have you read that yet? I’m not trying to jump ahead to Christmas already, but it is a wonderful book to keep you very focused on Christ throughout the Christmas season. Love this post, Victoria. Paul is a wonderful example of praising and being thankful in all circumstances. When I think things are tough for me, I read his stories and I am quickly humbled.

  2. I have had that book on my bookcase for approx. 2 years. I read my blogs instead of books 🙂 I like the shortness of the blogs. Have a good night! Thanks for the review.

  3. Am so looking forward to this! I happened to have the Nancy Leigh DeMoss book, and have glanced through it in the past, but like you stated, have not read it thoroughly. I have all the materials to make the journal and it so happens at our senior center this month of October, we have scheduled a prayer journal time. With your permission, I plan to make copies of how to make this journal and get the supplies together..I have the notebooks, and we have the materials at the center; that would be a great project for us that we can start in November with our gratitude journals! God Bless you for sharing! Am awaiting your confirmation on email.
    Your sister in Christ,

    1. Hi Jane! Absolutely, I would love for you to share this and make this together! I hope it blesses you and the residents you care for. Thanks!

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