“An Attitude of Gratitude”, is a collection of thoughts of thankfulness, so that I may never forget the great things He has done for me.
My husband and I are now approaching the forty year mark, and if you’d asked either of us what we looked forward to ten years ago, the last thing we would have said is “aging”.
Who wants to get older anyway?
Turns out I do.
I love seeing the little bits of gray sneak up my husband’s head, I love the way he looks wearing his reading glasses, I love how wise he’s gotten over the years. I even love that we really can’t stay up all night anymore, and that we actually enjoy complete silence every once in a while.
I am grateful I get to grow old with this man.
I love how we’ve seen each other grow up these last twenty years, and I love how we’ve seen our children grow and their characters develop.
Getting older means I get more time to reflect God’s glory and leave a lasting legacy for my children.
With a long life I will satisfy Him, and let Him see my salvation.