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    1. grat·i·tude  

      /ˈgratəˌt(y)o͞od/
      Noun
      The quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness.
      Synonyms
      gratefulness - thankfulness - thanks - appreciation
  1. Gratitude has really been laying heavy on my heart since my husband has been in Tucson caring for his father. 
  2. I'm extremely grateful that I'm married to a man that his family is on the top of his priority list. He took time off of his job, time away from our family, and gave up his life temporarily to comfort and care for the man that gave him life. It's a huge sacrifice and I'm extremely proud of him. It's a lot easier to be self - absorbed and not take the time to do for others unconditionally.                                                                                    
  3. I know that he's exhausted and misses being home, but he's where he wants to be and should be. He made a commitment and he's going to stick with it - that tells you a lot about what kind of man he is... his father did an awesome job!  I'm so grateful that God blessed me with having them in my life. 
  4. I hope somehow he's aware of the sacrifice his son has made for him - he would be proud!
  5. "Develop an attitude of gratitude, and give thanks for everything that happens to you, knowing that every step forward is a step toward achieving something bigger and better than your current situation."
  6. Have a blessed day!


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