Thursday, November 12, 2015

Spiritual Journey Thursday - Counting Blessings

 I look forward to Thursdays when I can publish thoughts on my spiritual journey and hear the thoughts of others on a weekly basis.  It has become a space for an encouraging and fortifying community to come together.  We welcome anyone who would like to join us! 
This week, I am THANKFUL and am counting my 2015 blessings!  No words this week - just pictures and music!


  1. What a beautiful commentary! Holy audio-visual on those you are thankful for. Blessings for the newlyweds. What a loving sendoff into the married life. Among the things I am thankful for is you, Holly, your SJT ministry to us and to those who read and reflect on what the Lord is doing as we share our movement through our spiritual journeys. God bless you and your entire beautiful family! Thank you for sharing this aspect of your life.

  2. When I read your tweet, the word blessings caught my eye as that is a post I am working on.

    During this journey with Jim's cancer, I have been trying to write so I can remember and thank God for His many blessings.

    1. I wrote about each day we were in Toronto for treatments.
      The last two are taking me longer.
      So much on my heart.

    2. I think it's wonderful that you're chronicling your experiences. I can imagine that it's hard to process. Prayers continue for you and Jim!

    3. Your notes and prayers means so much. Thank you, Holly. <3

  3. Counting Blessings is a beautiful title for a lovely slideshow to honor the joining of two lives, your family memories, and other moments in your life, Holly.

  4. Holly, what a beautiful video you put together. Your life is so rich in relationships... love it! Much to be thankful for for sure.

    I'm a little late to the party this week. But I remembered this morning that I actually did blog yesterday, on the site of a Canadian writing organization I belong to: Inscribe Christian Writers Fellowship. I've linked my post, "Nothing is Wasted," that talks about how to deal with life's interruptions. Maybe it will encourage someone. (It was posted by the blog administrator, so it doesn't have the SJT graphic.)