Life as Thank You 34
“Thank you” sometimes feels like it is not enough to let someone know how deep the gratitude is, but at the same time it is the best words I can think of to express my gratitude for you and your family. Our history adds a layer of depth that I cherish and I wanted to let you know that I learn so much through our friendship. The relationship is rich and meaningful and I am humbled by your grace on my behalf. I am blessed to call you all my friends. Thank you for the treat of a weekend adventure to SLO. Thank you for all the help with a shower and scones for Emily, for your genuine care and listening heart, for helping me move, for the laughter and for entrusting me with your kids, especially Abby!
May God continue to bless and honor you and may you always shine brightly for the kingdom.