May 30, 2014

1st Year Anniversary

MS Paint drawn by Me; Inspired by Mary Engelbreit


1. I'm thankful I made it to my first year anniversary (and beyond) on my gratitude blog as of April 10, 2013

2. I'm thankful the Lord has shown me things I needed to be grateful for this past year and helping me to change my attitude. It's been eventful!

3. I'm grateful He helped me write the posts and lists.

4. I'm thankful for the TV special I recently watched on the seven types of Attention Deficit Disorder with Dr. Daniel G. Amen and being able to order two video tapes and one of his books through interlibrary loan:
Healing ADD: The Breakthrough Program that Allows You to See and Heal the Six Types of Attention Deficit Disorder. By Daniel G. Amen, M.D., G.P. Putnam, New York, 2001. www.amenclinic.com; www.brainplace.com

5. I'm thankful for my readers and friends who without their support, I wouldn't have the stats below to report.
 
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WOW! Happy Anniversary to Me!

The Total Pageviews for the Year (as of today's date) = 3,027


 

I Have Readers From Around the World! The Top Five Countries are = USA, Malaysia, Russia, Ukraine, and Germany.

The Five Most Popular Posts Were =

 
 
 
 
 

 
As part of my celebration of making it this far, I would like to have a drawing to give away the Gratitude Banner above! Click on link to see pic! In order to do that, I must have commenters to this post by June 14, 2014 with at least a first name (no anonymous people allowed) and at least one thing you are grateful for the day you post. Please post only one time so everyone will have a fair chance to win. After June 14, 2014, I will mix up all the names of the people who have commented in a hat and draw a winner. I will post who won and will ask you to contact me so I can get your snail mail address in order to mail it to you by a certain date! Thanks! And Happy Commenting!
 
Postscript: Contest is closed!

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"Therefore, since we are receiving a kingdom that cannot be shaken, let us be thankful, and so worship God acceptably with reverence and awe." (Hebrews 12:28).