September Blessings

      Each day, I am learning more and more about myself and my body. I am realizing that my anxiety can be productive. I am, slowly but surely, accepting moments of rest as necessary, and I am finding happiness in all of God’s promises. I am spending time adjusting to new schedules and learning to embrace change for all that it is. September has been a month in which the seeds began to sprout. The lessons began to be fully understood and implemented. While I know there are moments of regression, the decision to continue blooming will help me prevail!

Per usual, I posted my monthly blessings! I encourage you to do so, as well! What is one thing you were grateful for this month?

September 2: I woke up and drank some coffee while listening to country music!

September 3: I saw some people on the beach and took photos for them. It was such a beautiful way to be reminded of my ability to make a stranger smile.

September 4: I woke up at the beach. I walked amongst the waves.

September 5: Today was nice because we ventured to the outlets and I was able to see a part of the town that I have never seen before. I then got Panera Bread 🙂

September 6: I embraced the sunshine and sat by the waves. I saw people dancing and laughed a lot. I saw a group of individuals laughing and making comments as they got pushed and pulled by the waves!

September 8: I was able to get my completion scholarship process clarified and enjoy a walk on the windy beach!

September 9: I enjoyed an amazing breakfast spending quality time with my mother.

September 15: I did some meal prep and made homemade fudge that actually turned out pretty yummy!

September 18: Today I enjoyed a beautiful ride accompanied by a sunset, good music, and mama.

September 23: We went to the boardwalk and celebrated Sunfest w/ music and a cute new crystal hanging!

September 24: We drove home from the beach and I came home to letters from my friend at basic training.

September 28: I took a beautiful morning drive and found bliss in the nice weather!

September 30: I bought the cutest little pumpkin!

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    1. Thank you! I really appreciate that. In fact, it is funny that you say that because, after reading your post, I became very concerned about whether or not I should be posting my blessings. It made me really think about what I am posting on a deeper level. 🙂 Furthermore, I think your response answered two of my prayers by providing me comfort and certainity. I greatly appreciate you, my friend! 🙂 Blessings!

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      1. I’m really glad my post made you think, always glad when people think about things. But I think blessings are okay as long as we are not always focusing on the surface. Your post is very much about being grateful and thankful and I think that is so important! I’m so glad my comment helped you and answered your prayers! I appreciate you as well!!! My dear sister in Christ! (Which post were you referencing because I’m drawing a blank xD)

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      2. Yes, it was great! I am glad you can see the purpose behind this post as that is a big part of why I felt okay doing so. I think it is so important to encourage gratitude because these posts have changed my thinking tenfold. I would love to see others influenced by that. I also love how it allows me to connect Christ to my journey. This is the post: https://nobledevotionblog.wordpress.com/2018/09/21/temptation-to-post-when-you-should-wait/ 🙂

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      3. Amen!!! It so important we show examples of Christ and gratitude totally is part of Who He is 🙂 I’m so glad you shared this, and I’m also glad you are encouraged by sharing these things 🙂 OHHH!!! Yes! Okay! I’m grateful that post made you think. It made me think too 🙂

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  1. I really liked that. Reading about your September made me think about the little things in mine That I kind of passed over when really they were great moments in my life. It gave me a nice perspective instead of just going through the motions and taking things for granted:)

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