252 – 263

252. Crutches

253. Boots instead of casts

254. Insurance.

255. That my bones have held up this long without breaking!

256. Friends

257. School starting.

258. Freedom to educate our children as we see fit.

259. Vacations.

260. Sand between my toes.

261. The reflection of the moonlight on the waves.

262. Dolphins— how awesome are they?!

263. Rest.

 

231 – 251

251. Rest.

250. My daughter’s enthusiasm to help around the house. 

249. Beautiful mountains in the distance. 

248. Train horns. 

247. Big bathtubs!

246. Safe neighborhoods. 

245. Funny books.

244. Lipton soup.

243. Fireplaces.

242. Soft tissue for runny noses. 

241. Employment.

240. Cars that work.

239. Facebook fellowship.

238. Microwave popcorn.

237. Tea.

236. Ibuprofen.

235. Naps.

234. The lawn mower my FIL gave us. 

233. The smell of rain on a freshly mowed lawn. 

232. Cough drops. 

231. Smartphones

226-230

230. Wasabi Seaweed Chips for 99 cents 

229. Moms who have sons the same age as mine

228. First flowers of spring

227. Sunshine

226. French lounge singers (ala Jill Baber) 

221-225

221. Friends who are healthcare professionals who honestly care about my kids wellbeing.

222. Anti-biotics.

223. Netflix for the sickies. 

224. A warm home in freezing temperatures. 

225. A God who created laughter! 

216 – 220

220. Affirmation of God’s love for us. 
219. Insurance. 
218. Technology, particularly, ultrasounds to help us see before we cut.
217. Magically departed cysts. 
216. Pizza!

211-215

215. Cars that drive well in the snow. 
214. Peanut M&ms. 
213. My sweet niece (it is her birthday today). 
212. Family, both old and new. 
211. Second chances. 

206-210

210. My husband being so supportive and encouraging to me. 
209. Painkillers to keep me functional in this trying time.
208. Sweet inlaws who bring us danishes for breakfast. 
207. My involvement on Cafemom and they way they bless me and I can talk to others about Christ there.
206. Paychecks!