Ordinary Miracles






Today I wish you a day of ordinary miracles.

  • A fresh pot of coffee you didn't make yourself...
  • An unexpected phone call from an old friend....
  • Green stoplights on your way to work....
  • The fastest line at the grocery store....
  • A good sing-along song on the radio...

  • Your keys found right where you left them.
  • A hand-written letter from a friend in your mailbox...

These "ordinary miracles" came in an email pass-this-on attachment.  They made me think of all the OTHER "ordinary miracles" that I often take for granted.  Things like...


  • A mislaid cell phone located finally...oddly enough right where I left IT, too!
  • Coffee on sale at the grocery when I need it...
  • Ditto for toilet paper!
  • Willpower.  Click here for details.
What would YOU add to the list?

15 comments:

  1. Much needed rain
    Able to get my contacts in without a hitch this morning
    Cooler temperatures
    Catching glimpes of hummingbirds at the feeders

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  2. A clear, beautiful sky to look at in wonder before going to bed.

    Beautiful flowers that are on sale for me!

    Yard art on sale too.

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  3. Oh, these are so perfect! I would add "A hug from someone you thought had forgotten you."

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  4. A miraculous extra hour in the day.

    My son remembering to close the cupboard doors as he runs through the house.

    Five consequetive rows of knitting without a glitch.

    Dinner tonight... that I didn't prepare! :)

    Blessings, Debbie

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  5. healthy breakfast
    good news from a friend
    clean sheets on the line

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  6. Love this. I'd add:
    1. A book by your favorite author on the "new" shelf at the library.
    2. Time to read said book.
    3. Fervent prayers to "bless her heart and help her feel better" from my five-year-old today as I'm not feeling well.
    4. A husband that emails me some columns I'm needing stat.
    5. Five pounds of my favorite coffee purchased by husband mentioned above.
    6. So many more, I've lost track!

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  7. A spur-of-the-moment trip for rest/relaxation for a few days . . .

    The air conditioning repairman who fixed our unit in this 100+ weather . . .

    Seeing God at work in the lives of our children . . .

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  8. Having a library card.

    A lick in the face from my dog.

    Laughing about something silly with my hubby.

    A bouquet of sunflowers on the coffee table.

    A long chat on the phone with my daughter.

    Peach iced tea.

    Grandchildren.

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  9. Morning Rebecca,
    I have seen that email before and love it, isn't it true that life is full of ordinary miracles,
    if we just have the eyes to see them!!

    1.One of mine would be perfect cup of coffee,
    2.Getting a phone call, correspondence or visit from a loved one or friend.
    3.getting a card or flowers for no reason.
    4.having someone make dinner for me.
    5.My comfy bed at the end of the day.

    Please come see me this afternoon I have a surprise for you!! It might just be an ordinary miracle....................lol

    Blessings, Nellie

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  10. Hi Rebecca,
    Just saw you came by, and am so happy you were
    so happy about your award. yea, I like the things you learn about others like that too. I have to say sometimes I have to think hard to know what to put down!! Cause I try not to put the same thing down everytime.
    Enjoy sweetie,
    Blessings, Nellie

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  11. Having a friend come and help me make salsa!
    A hubby who helps with the garden and canning.
    The wonderful, mild days recently!
    It's good to focus on the little blessings that come our way--and sometimes big ones! Donna

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  12. What a wonderful post. Thanks so much for these reminders!!

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  13. Ohhhh... I liked that posting! What a great way to look at all those little blessings.......

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