How it works: Every Monday I will publish a Thank God, It’s Monday (TGIM) post and invite you to do the same–write about a TGIM insight or experience–on your respective blogs/social media accounts. You may share a link to your post at the comments section; then, on my next Monday’s post, I will include the links that you shared so that we can all encourage one another with our happy vibes! Sounds good?
After one whole month, “TGIM!” is back with a sack-ful of gratitude 🙂
First, just to be fair to the month of August, I have to make a quick roundup of the blessed Mondays I was in absentia:
- August 3
I was in a craaaazy state preparing for a trip to Costa Rica. I had tasks piled high over my head but God wonderfully enabled me to work on them while also accompanying my hubby to medical appointments. Grace!!
- August 10
I flew all day and all night and got into no trouble whatsoever during my layovers and immigration interviews (whew!). I was also happily productive all throughout my trip — got to accomplish much work and chat with my hubby, yay!
- August 17
This was my last day in Costa Rica: a day for reflecting on the huge blessing that my job had been, and the conclusion of a grace-packed week that saw me facilitating a workshop with an interpreter (oh, I’m so gonna learn Spanish, I swear) and visiting this grand work of the Creator:
- August 24
My mom’s birthday! And that’s reason enough to call this day enormously blessed 🙂
Finally, we get to today.
It’s National Heroes Day — a non-working holiday to celebrate both known and unknown heroes of Philippine history.
For me personally, this day has also been a bonus day to spend with the hubby.
Plus, we had a little munchkin with us — a dear niece who slept over after yesterday’s Pixels date 🙂
Plus, we had such a pleasant time meeting with two people who have become special to us.
Plus, my lakwatsera sister came for a brief visit.
Plus, I finally have a “TGIM!” post again. I can’t believe this is my only post this entire month, tsk tsk…
And the day’s not even over yet! 😀
Now it’s your turn! Make your own TGIM post on your blog or FB page, and comment below with a link to said post. Or, if you wish, post your story/insight straight below.
May your week be abundantly blessed!