There were lots of reasons to celebrate today. I live in a great country which I love. I am still rejoicing in the news that the oncologist delivered yesterday. I had great moments sharing the news with friends and family today.
Fireworks are set to go off soon but I am going to be horizontal by then. I have an early morning dentist appointment and am feeling a bit tired after an emotional couple of days. I must admit though that I am doing a happy dance. I am hopeful that God has granted me a couple of more years to live and serve. As I sat in church today, I gave thanks for living in a country that has free medical care. I cannot imagine having to pay for the number of scans, tests, and surgery I have had. I am also grateful to live in a country that allows people of different backgrounds to have prayed openly for me–faith and freedom are guaranteed.
What do you value about being a citizen of your country?
Why is a happy dance on your agenda today?