I’ve been nominated by The Project Patrol to give a favorite quote 3 days in a row. This I can do. I’ll try to incorporate a little additional information to each post for readers who are more into DIY than philosophy.
“The things you take for granted someone else is praying for.”
I take so many things for granted: reading, writing, thinking, money . . . I know people for whom those things are not even a priority because they don’t have health or shelter or sustenance.
We are all challenged in some way; what’s easy for me is difficult for you (and vice versa). One thing I am fully blessed with is HOPE. It’s the feature that keeps me praying for the people and situations that confront me negatively. It’s why I can take things, important things, for granted.
I’m also supposed to nominate 3 more people to participate. That’s a tough one but I nominate Jessica at Cape of Dreams, Lansdowne Revisited, and Magali at The Little White House on the Seaside. Do it or don’t to the degree you’d care to participate. (Wish my sister had a blog; I’d want her to participate.) Do you have one overriding quote that sums it up for you?
In the mean time I thought I’d break down the cost of the new pre-hung doors since I just received the itemized invoice in the mail. In addition to the conservatory doors pictured above the hardware was about $25 on the traditional door and $2.19 each for the pewter handles on the closet doors.
The bedroom doors were each a little cheaper than those in the conservatory because they were a smaller size. The handles for each style cost the same as above.
What are you blessed with in full measure?