28 November 2009

Weekly Blessings | Friday's Fave Five #64

Saturday, November 28, 2009
FFF fall leaves 2
Thank you, Susanne!

It is time again for another Friday’s Fave Five hosted by Susanne at Living To Tell The Story. She says that:

It's a place to come on Friday's and think back over your week and just post about 5 favorite things from your week. It can be anything that tickled your fancy over the week. Favorite quotes, posts, happenings, scriptures, recipes, pictures, great internet finds, etc., etc.

I really like the thought of thinking back over our weekly life. It is a good way to reflect and find these hidden gems of blessings. I'm a day behind, but here are my Friday’s Fave Five for this week:

1. Being able to wake up early in the morning to begin with my daily house chores, especially when the morning looks like in the photo below. I think I have mentioned about this before, but I just love to see the paintings of the sky.

Morning Sky © 2009-now by Rosidah Abidin
2. Better health. I am so relieved that I haven't been suffering from severe sinusitis and electrolyte imbalance lately. It is difficult to breath and get around with all my daily activities when they decide to strike on me. One of my friends has told me about dates honey, and it seems that I'm better off consuming it.

3. We received news of two upcoming weddings in our big family. Both are very special events for my sisters in law in law brothers. Okay, I admit that might be confusing. My husband has twin sisters and they both have brothers in law who will get married next month and at the beginning of next year.

4. We finally got a better Internet connection. At least it seems so right now... I'll see what happens in the upcoming days or months.

5. Last but not least, it's a national holiday here in Indonesia. It's a special time of sharing. Meat of lambs, goats, cows and bulls are distributed to the ones in need. To all who celebrate, I hope everyone had a Happy Eid-ul Adha or a wonderful time on Thanksgiving.

This is my 8 year old daughter's list for this week:
1. Playing with her brother (I had to chuckle on this and asked her if this was a sincere answer. Sometimes these two can be like cat and dog. LOL)
2. Riding her bike
3. Reading the BoBo magazine
4. Having family meals
5. Finding out more about her favorite books on the Internet

This is my 5 year old son's list for this week:
1. Playing with friends
2. Drinking chocolate milk
3. Watching UP.
4. Reading the BOBO Junior magazine
5. Playing (again!)

I appreciate every visit and comment, but love even more to become good friends. Have a wonderful day, everyone!

21 appreciated note(s):

Thom said...

I'm delighted to hear that you are in better health. That is always welcome news. :) That photo is stunning my friend. :) Love it. Good news about your internet connection. I so hope it's permanent. Loved your kids lists. How fun :) Have a great weekend :) xoxoxxo

ROSIDAH said...

TY, my friend. I really hope it will be permanent about my health and the Internet connection. Have a great weekend, too :). xoxoxo

Brenda said...

How wonderful that you share the things that your children are thankful for as well. I think we need to always teach our children to be thankful.

Glad to hear you are feeling better.

ROSIDAH said...

Hi Brenda! TY for stopping by at my blog. I hope you are feeling better, too :)

Mildred said...

Rosidah, I am so happy you are feeling better. Your list and those of your children are wonderful things to be thankful for. I love the morning sky photo too. Wishing you a good day.

Susanne said...

Oh I love how the kids joined in! Welcome kids! I loved your list of favorites!

I'm glad you are feeling better.

I love looking at the skies too. I think God is the absolute best artist!

Willow said...

I'm glad you're feeling better now and that the sinusitis is not bothering you so much.

What sweet siblings-- thankful to play with each other!

Selamat Hari Raya!

Marg said...

Thank you Rosidah, for dropping by.
I also appreciated the fact that you shared your children's five highlights. It helps them to focus on the positive things in life.

quilly said...

Honey from the local bees is a natural and effective way to fight allergies because your body gets those allergens in small amounts in the honey and you build a natural immunity.

Keats The Sunshine Girl said...

Hi ROSIDAH, Happy Eid-ul-Adha! Giving thanks is a great way to start the day and that will guide us make the day as fruitful as we can.

wenn said...

wow..better internet connection..

ROSIDAH said...

@All: Thanks for the wonderful comments and stopping by. I hope you have a great weekend :)
@Mildred: Wishing you a good day, too :)
@Willow: TY for the wishes. It means a lot to me :)
@Susanne: My kids say hello :).
@Marg: I hope so. TY for stopping by :)
@Quilly: TY for the explanation. It makes great sense.
@Wenn: I sure hope so :)
@Keats: TY, my dear :).

moorebloglife said...

great thoughts Rosidah, sounds like things are truly blessings in your life. If we all saw our blessings for what they are life would be so much richer, stay well sweetie!

Hazel said...

Whoa! that's a gorgeous morning to begin a day with. Thank God you are feeling better. I got an aunt who suffers from perennial sinusitis so I can relate with your woe. Weddings in the family are always exciting events to look forward to.

ROSIDAH said...

TY, Amanda :). I really hope so. Wishing you a lot of joy and blessings as well.

Denise said...

Such an interesting post and lovely photos Rosidah. I too am glad you are feeling better and that you have good internet connection! Enjoy your week in good health.

Mama Zen said...

I love that your kids do lists!

Anya said...

I am sooooooooo happy you are feeling better Rosidah :-)
I love your list and special from your son (I drink also everyday chocolatemilk :)

((HUGS))

Stine in Ontario said...

This was very interesting to read. I wonder of date honey is available here in Canada.Off to do some research!

Crafty Green Poet said...

Glad your health has improved! Nice list. I'm also a great fan of the skies

ROSIDAH said...

@Hazel: I hope your aunt finds a good cure, it can be very exhausting sometimes. TY :)
@Denise: TY, Denise. It is so good to see you on my blog again. I hope you have a wonderful week in good health :)
@Mama Zen: TY :)
@Anya: Chocolate milk.
@Stine in Ontario: Good luck on the research :)
@Crafty Green Poet: The sky is so beautiful, isn't it.