Reblog Wednesday: Gratitude — Tales from the Mama Duck

So, this here doesn’t require too many words. It left me speechless when I first read it and it’s leaving me speechless now. It’s so incredibly true, a picture is indeed ‘worth a thousand words.’ The post I share with you today is by the incredible blogger over at Family 5 Power – go over to her site and continue to enjoy her other incredible content!

Thank you Mama Duck for another reminder of the true meaning of Christmas.


“Let us thank God for his priceless gift!” 2 Corinthians 15:9 GNT

via Gratitude — Tales from the Mama Duck

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20 thoughts on “Reblog Wednesday: Gratitude — Tales from the Mama Duck

    1. I’m my opinion, it’s the reality of us all – Santa thrived from Saint Nicholas. A few things about him, St. Nicholas was a Bishop from Turkey, his parents although they died when he was really young, left him a lot of money, which in return he used to help the poor. He gave the poor and gave gifts in secret to those in need.
      Hope you are having a great day. 😊🙏🏽


      1. Ohkk.
        We should learn from this story how we can give happiness to the peoples? How we can from this ? We should try to make a this .. If ur a millionaire don’t understand to other they are not same to u. We can improvement from this.

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      2. I agree. And even if you’re not a millionaire, if you can, give, at the end, as they say, it is better to give then to receive.

        My kids school had a toy drive for kids at a local homeless shelter. We went to our Dollar Store and each of my kids picked out toys that they thought other children their age would enjoy. They had such a good time picking out toys for other kids. It made for the most wonderful night. 🥰


  1. The original Saint Nicholas was one who lived by Acts‬ ‭20:35‬ ‭ “I have shewed you all things, how that so labouring ye ought to support the weak, and to remember the words of the Lord Jesus, how he said, It is more blessed to give than to receive.”

    We’ve allowed this to become the most absurd thing on the planet.

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      1. Haha! I don’t think you’re annoying. And who’s to say they think you are, and really, who even cares.
        The Dr. Seuss quote comes to mind, ‘those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.’
        Pretty sure that’s how it goes.

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      2. Ana you would be an awesome therapist! I can see someone coming to you and you calmly say, I read this in one of my kid’s books” 😁

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