Thanksgiving Always

Thanksgiving Always

I get a variety of greetings for various holiday's, I kinda like this one received yesterday from Elaine Froese, enjoy, reflect ! ~ Tim



Hi Tiimothy,

FCC’s Rooted in Strength…taking care of our families and ourselves resource has a short article by Dr. Georges Sabongui that describes 5 simple ways to boost serotonin. Serotonin is sometimes known as the happiness chemical, a neurotransmitter believed to help regulate mood, sleep, memory and more.

Sabongui suggests we can build resilience by maximizing our natural serotonin levels with good sleep, smiling, sports, social contact face to face, and spirituality. He suggests spirituality is a connection to something bigger than ourselves.

As a woman of faith, my connection to God is a key factor in building resilience. At this time of Thanksgiving, I would encourage everyone, regardless of your worldview, to practice gratitude.

It’s been a tough 20 months, and we don’t know when the Great Pause is going to be history. I do know that counting our blessings, even when farming has been disappointing and cash flows are tight, we can still find things to be grateful for.

I encourage you to find a few soybeans, peas, lentils or corn kernels to put on your supper plate. Have everyone at the table mention 2 things they are thankful for in the past year. If people are super uncomfortable about sharing they can pass, and someone else who is brave might like to add a few things to encourage the silent person. (Read More)


Even in hard time, there is lot's to be thankful for, it's a good time to let the song touch you, a few good memories percolate in, so I invite you to shed a tear with me ~ Tim 

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Verse I:
In the morning you sing over me
I receive your mercy
Your faithfulness is clear to see
Constant everyday

Pre Chorus:
Every breath I breathe an invitation
To believe you are creating something good
Though this season doesn’t tell my story
I know you’ll move mountains for me
You’re just that good

So I’ll give thanks to God
When I don’t have enough
Cause He’s more than enough
And He knows what I need

Verse II:
In the silence i choose to believe
You’re working in the waiting
Though the future isn’t clear to me
I trust you anyway

Why do I worry x3
God knows what I need

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