Hahaha! Sounds like the title of a Shakespeare play, doesn’t it? *Shrugging* Eh, I’m no fan of Shakespeare, but maybe these ladies are? 🤔Anyway…
I love Luda’s blog and today, I am utmost grateful for it.
My friend Luda is extremely passionate about cooking, healing, volunteering, reading, and gardening among many other wonderful things. If you’re interested in creating your very own healing organic garden, she’s your gal. You can stop by her wonderful ‘About’ page and learn more about the woman behind the blog.
Her love and passion shine throughout her posts which are lovingly crafted. I learn so many things whenever I pop in for a visit and it has enriched my life in so many ways. She hosts a variety of content including how to host the perfect dinner party, how to make more out of your outdoors and the benefits of moss gardening. Her posts are inspiring and they’ll make you want to start a garden or beautify your house in ways you never thought of before.
This is another blog that I am very much grateful for!
Reema has made gardening simplified. Whether you’re new to gardening, an expert, or simply interested in it as a hobby and not quite sure how to proceed, then Reema is your girl. She writes about flowers (who can resist such beauty anyway?), pots, farming, mulching etc.
I take away something new each time I visit. Like Luda, one can feel Reema’s passion in her well-crafted posts for agriculture.
I enjoy and love these two wonderful blogs. I may not have my own garden as yet, but I am learning a lot and I am thankful for all the great tips and advice they’ve been dishing out. Ladies, thank you and keep doing what you do. 💙
I have no idea why I still use this banner! Pretty soon, I’ll have to replace it with something else.
***GIFs via Google Search
Definitely not reaching anywhere with this. I think I’ll consider doing two blogs per post the next time I do this. 🤔
Today, I am grateful for Miss Leani’s blog.
Leani is a college freshman who loves makeup, fashion… simply all things beauty hence the name of her site.
Leani does not post regularly, but her blog is worth visiting if you’re into about fashion (outfits, accessories etc.) and hair care. She also shares photos from family trips. Speaking of trips, I enjoyed the South African trip that she wrote about earlier this year.
I’ll be the first to admit that I’ve never won make-up my entire life (I prefer au naturel) and I don’t really care about fashion (It takes me less than 3 minutes to get ready), but I do enjoy Leani’s blog.
Today I am grateful for Minister Aldtric Johnson’s blog.
Minister Johnson loves the Word of God and he enjoys sharing it. He’s also a published songwriter/executive producer for his independent music label. He utilizes his gift to the fullest of his capability.
He also talks about leadership, a Godly marriage, how prayer can help in your life and how to be thankful and content.
I enjoyed reading his posts for they make me stop, think, and reflect and I know you would enjoy reading and learning more about God’s Word to so don’t hesitate to drop in.
I like numbering posts such as these and I don’t know why. 😆
Today, I am grateful for Deonte’s blog.
I just caught up on his blog and he has realized his dream of publishing his first book all because God has guided his hands every step of the way. Make no mistake, there were times that he wanted to give up, but with God by his side, there was no stopping him. Learn more about him and his book in About.
Related Post| About
But what I love about Deonte is how real he is especially when he talks about his faith and one can just feel his love for God in his posts. I was moved by how God worked in his family’s life when his father had a stroke and it’s a story that everyone should read. I thank God that his father is recovering well, thus proving the doctors wrong.
He is positive and uplifting and you won’t regret visiting his blog. His posts are relatable and they make you smile or reflect according to the mood.
It’s been a while since I’ve done this segment, but you know how this goes. Today, I am grateful for… And it’s someone I know! Like, really know! 😄
The woman behind momentsofconcern, Judy James is a wonderful soul! She is all around positive and enthusiastic about learning (and sharing/teaching). Miss James is also a fantastic writer and I’ve been honored to read some of her work. She is also a true leader and she loves motivating people; her blog is evidence of that.
She hardly posts, but feel free to drop by and check out her latest post on how you can understand your purpose.