My tongue is in my hand…

Blessing List: Round 3

Posted on: March 9, 2010

1. Coffee

2. Strawberries

3. Blueberries

4. Cheese Omelettes

5. My mom

6. Natalie

7. Bodie

8. Sunny days

9. Cloudy days

10. Warm soft bed

11. Job

12. Career

13. Dad

14. Jason loving Natalie

15. The lake house

16. The lake

17. Car that runs

18. Tax refund

19. Insurance

20. Tank tops and sweat pants

21. Incense

22. Books

23. Book club

24. Internet connection

25. Laptop

26. Caribou

27. All the people at Caribou

28. All the people at work

29. Hope Church

30. Dulins Grove

31. Easter

32. Easter music

33. Mr. Boyce

34. Singing in a choir

35. 2nd soprano

36. Hymns

37. Fields

38. Hey Sapphire

39. Growing up on a farm in Charlotte

40. Northeast

41. Independence

42. Mint Hill softball

43. UNCC

44. Girl Scouts

45. ESL tutoring

46. Mission trip to Mexico

47. Treasures in Heaven

48. Duke TIP

49. AP classes

50. Alicia

52. Carol

53. Becca T

54. DeviantArt

55. Blogging

56. Fingers

57. Tongue

58. Eyesight

59. Teeth

60. Moss

62. Pepsi, Dr. Pepper, Coke

63. My sister

64. All those cousins, aunts, uncles, and grandparents

65. Skin

66. Jewelery

67. Language

68. Not being stupid

69. Sense of humor

70. Texts from last night, STFU Parents, Failblog, SNL, MADtv, The Colbert Report and anything media-wise that makes me laugh

71. Art

72. Creativity

73. Local Bands

74. 12-16

75. Learning from mistakes

76. Quiet alone time

77. Natalie’s laugh

78. Hot showers

79. Soapy water

80. Gravel roads

81. Memories

82. Wine

83. Not needing a substance to get high

84. Prayer

85. Critical thinkers

86. The compassionate

87. The passionate

88. Protests

89. Digital cameras

90. pens

91. Muscles

92. Bones

93. Scarves

94. Flip flops

95. Nail polish

96. Driving back roads with the windows down and music up

97. Radio

98. iPod

99. Drivers license

100. wind

101. all those boys

102. Rina, my Kenyan penpal, where ever you are now

103. My current penpals

104. all the systems of my body that work

105. batteries and battery operated things

106. Goodwill

107. Trees

108. Wildflowers

109. Union cemetery

110. Makeup

111. Laundry detergent/fabric softener

112. Washing machine and dryer that work and are in my home

113. Healthy child

114. Roots

115. Rain

116. blue

117. black

118. hair ties

119. God

120. the still quiet place within me

121. dark, quiet places

122. loud places full of friends

123. the moments when someone can enter the quiet with you

124. the moments when someone stirs all the loudness with you

125. poetry

126. the ability to feel the extremes

127. smiles with strangers

128. smiles with friends

129. couches

130. breath

131. tears

132. belief

133. freedom

134. passion

135. survival instincts

136, Dinner nights with the girls

137. paper

138. Every person I’ve had on my caseload

139. grace

140. purpose

141. Victoria’s Secret and the hope that I will one day again have the funds and again have cause for shopping there

142. hope

143. moments that remind me of lying in the grass, in the sun, at home

144. patchwork quilts

145. history

146. yesterday

147. tomorrow

148. today

149. my grandmother’s journals

150. my dad’s stories about our history

151. old buildings that are re purposed

152. rivers, creeks, oceans

152. those family beach trips

153. camping

154. walks

155. goats

156. bottle feeding the calf

157. waking up early to carry sweet feed up the gravel road to the barn

158. mud pies

159. honeysuckle

160. knowing what it’s like to eat sun warmed blackberries right off the vine

161. Julie W

162. love

161. provision

162. peace that transcends at understanding

163. the word f**k

164. open mindedness

165. confidence

166. trust

167. intensity

168. generousity

169. bird songs

170. valleys

171. wide open spaces

172. the expanse of the sky

173. Mountains

174. waterfalls

175. tea

176. almonds

177. dark chocolate

178. vocal chords

179. smooth rocks

180. promise

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2 Responses to "Blessing List: Round 3"

This is a wonderfully long list… 😛 Just about said i wish I had a list this long, then I realize I probably do. “(headsmack)

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