thanksgiving

It’s been forever since my last post. I didn’t intend to stop posting but somewhere along the way I got to the point where I didn’t feel as though I had much to say. (Insert “comment about how I promise to post more” here.)

I do feel as though I should write tonight, however. Bethany and the boys are asleep and it’s been a busy couple of days with family and friends. I’m sitting in the dark downstairs with my laptop feeling blessed, knowing that I have people in my life who love and support me and are walking with me through life’s journey.

pandkBethany went to bed early. She deserved it after being almost non-stop since yesterday morning (I’m sure she’ll tell about her early morning Black Friday adventures on her blog). So that left me with the boys. Without over dramatizing the situation, I just had one of those “dad moments” where I looked at my kids and was overwhelmed with appreciation and thanksgiving for the blessing they are to me. There are a million and a half things I could be thankful for today.  I’m not even going to try to mention them all because if I tried, I’d end up leaving something out.

So tonight, before I head upstairs, I just thought I’d just mention my gratitude for a beautiful, supportive and loving wife and my two energetic, fun-loving, wild and crazy boys.

Author: Erik

Erik lives in Bethalto, IL were he serves as the Executive Pastor at Cornerstone Church. He and his wife, Bethany, have two boys (Parker and Kent). He's an Apple fan and all around techie who loves Angry Birds and Words With Friends.

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