Gratitude Day 414
Sat., Feb. 29, 2020
Psalm 19:2: One day gushes the news to the next, and one night informs another what needs to be known.
It’s not too often that we get to type “Feb. 29.” Or say “Feb. 29.” Today is one of those very unique days that we have every four years. The extra leap-year day.
We have a friend Stan whose birthday is today. He can officially say that he is 17 today … although we all know otherwise!
Since it’s not very often that we have another Feb. 29, what are YOU going to do with an extra day this year? Will it be another regular day? Or will it be just a little different? Think about it. An whole extra 24 hours. How will you embrace it?
Will you …
Spend extra time with loved ones?
Catch up with those projects that have been looming for days or weeks or months?
Spent extra time outside enjoying God’s creation?
Will you embrace extra time to do one of your favorite hobbies?
Or will you pretend it’s just another day?
I’m hoping to do some and all of these things. Spend time with loves ones. Work on getting closer to getting our taxes pulled together. Take in some extra time with Hubby Rick. Love the life that we have together.
Just a few other thoughts for the weekend.
If you want a simply wonderful book to read, literally RUN to the library or the bookstore or download it now: The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah. I’ve shared repeatedly about loving to read historical fiction. While I have read (or more accurately listened) to lots of historical fiction books in the last year, truly, my favorite is this book.
It’s a story about two sisters set in France during World War II. Hannah’s writing style if superb. She includes just the right amount of detail to draw you into the story and make you yearn for more and more. She crafts a heart-wrenching story that makes you cry and cheer for the main characters at the same time. It’s currently being made into a motion picture. Do yourself a favor. Read the book now.
So, go make today a great day. It will be awhile before there is another Feb. 29. Make the most of today!
For an extra day to love life, I am grateful.
Dear God – in our unique way to tracking time, we get an extra day today! May we love it and live it fully. Amen.
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