20{4}40 – A Lenten Challenge

We are wading into the Lenten season, a time for reflection, for re-evaluating our lives and afor clearing out the spiritual clutter.  Part of my own Lenten journey this year is to stop and be thankful, truly thankful for the abundant blessings in my life.

Lenten Challenge Following Ann, counting my blessings. 

  1. Lent, and the privilege of soul searching
  2. Prayer
  3. Wonderful husband, who loves me more than himself
  4. Healthy kids
  5. Grilled cheese sandwiches
  6. Running Shoes
  7. Oldest daughter – who comes home from college and cleans every bathroom in the house
  8. A car that runs
  9. Daffodils peeking up from the ground, especially the itty bitty Tete-a-Tete
  10. Bob the Cat who loves me because I feed him
  11. A refridgerator that works
  12. A freezer in my garage that is stocked with food
  13. My healing ITB that allows me to run again
  14. Bananas – how easy we can get them!
  15. Homemade granola
  16. Tea – warm in the winter, iced in the summer
  17. Friends who pick up the slack when I fall behind
  18. My job – and I’m so grateful to get to keep it!
  19. Christina A. – such a steady, peaceful influence in my life
  20. The privilege of lectoring at Mass

EMail Anglea Pea

One thought on “20{4}40 – A Lenten Challenge

  1. Mmmm, grilled cheese. That is a staple right now around here. For Lent, at the inspiration of a friend, breakfasts are oatmeal and lunch is a sandwich (pb&j or grilled cheese) and then a regular dinner. I'm looking forward to the simplicity of the menu during Lent.

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