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At 11:20am on June 14, 2012, Christian White said…

Thanks for joining the group!  We hope this will be a good source of connection and communication.

On a side note, I have something for Ray from confirmation.  I will put it in an envelope and put it in my mailbox in the hallway for you to pick up at your convenience.  It is from Mary Kehoe.

See you around!

At 8:05am on June 12, 2012, Jenna Adams said…

Thanks for joining the Youth Parents group!!  You'll notice that there's a discussion post with information on FIDO for this Saturday.  If your family plans on participating and the boys want to be on the Youth team, let me know and I'll add them to the list (both Ray and James are welcome to work with the youth)! Adults still need to sign up with Diane Charles & Kevin Grim, but I'll be signing up the entire list of youth participants.

At 5:04pm on June 11, 2012, Carol Hunter said…

Welcome to the website Clardy's!

 
 
 

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9 Ways to Embrace Gratitude and Joy

Posted by FUMC on July 5, 2018 at 5:00pm 0 Comments

  1. Keep a gratitude journal or calendar where you write down one thing each day for which you are thankful.
  2. Make a gratitude jar or box for the same purpose.
  3. At mealtimes say grace and then share around the table one thing for which you are thankful.
  4. Thank the people who serve you each day: the barista, clerk, banker, trash collector, etc.
  5. Write a letter of gratitude to a teacher, coach, old friend or mentor, or former pastor.
  6. Find a gratitude partner and share together daily or weekly.
  7. Tell someone how much they mean to you.
  8. Put a positive spin on your negative thoughts (You’re home with a sprained ankle but you get to read the book you’ve had by your chair for months.)
  9. Go on a gratitude walk, carefully observing and saying thank…
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