19 Ways to Say ‘Thank You’ — 10 Comments

  1. I’m printing this list right now! A good reminder all year round.

    Praying for you and Charles this Thanksgiving, Karen. And HUGS!!!

    • Thanks, Kristi, for your comment and sweet prayers for us this Thanksgiving. We have much to be grateful for, that’s for sure, including dear friends like you.

  2. What a great list! Thank you, Karen! I sent you an email today after looking in my 1980 Journal and read that I had met you on Nov. 24th, 1980!! I am thankful for the 34 years I have known you!
    I have enjoyed your books and the fact you are married to one of my highschool buddies has kept us closer than we could imagine!

    I saw a plaque advertised in a catalog that reads : “What if you woke up today with just the things you thanked God for yesterday”?
    WOW! Now THAT is something to think about!

    Love to you, Margaret

    • Thank you, Margaret. I did receive your delightful email and forwarded it to Charles to read, as well. I do remember our first meeting and have treasured your friendship ever since. We are both thankful for you.

  3. Dear Karen, thank you so much for the wonderful 19 ways to be thankful for in life. What profound insight and truth. I will practice every single one of them. I am very thankful that I get to meet and know you, an inspiring God-loving angel mentor. Your excellent writing is enriching in my life. I pray for God to keep you strong as ever. My prayer also with your beloved Charles. Thanks again. Jing

    • Ah, Jing, you are so faithful in reading and commenting on my blog. I am very thankful for you, my friend, and am so happy we got to spend time together at MH last spring.

  4. Thank you, sweet Karen, for all those wonderful remimders to be thankful. As I get older, I try to appreciate all my family and friends and how thankful I am to have them. Bless you.

    • Thank you, Roz, for your kind comments. Like you, I am growing ever more thankful for being able to experience such a wonderful life, filled with opportunities to learn from both the blessings and the challenges.

  5. Excellent list Karen. You’re right about people taking things for granted. If some folks could just spend as little as a week in ANY other country, they’d soon realize how lucky we are. It’s sad sometimes to see these incidences. Love your blog Karen. Such a variety of topics and thoughts, and of course, well written.

    • Thank you, Jim. Yes, a trip overseas can show us how blessed we are to live in the U.S., imperfect as it is. We are free to work, to drive, to interact with others and most of all to worship God without censorship.

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