Tammie LeeAnn Thrasher

Rookie (July 19,1994 / Mississippi/Texas)

The Most Deserved Thanks of All


I thank God for life.
I thank God for his love.
I thank God for everything he has blessed me with.
I thank God for eternal bliss.
I thank him for my family.
I thank him for my friends.
I thank him for those little special moments I have with them.
I thank him for giving me happiness until the end.
I thank my lord for the sky above.
I thank my lord for the dirt under my feet.
I thank my lord for my home.
I thank my lord for the love he has shown.
I thank my heavenly father for sunlight.
I thank my heavenly father for the star-lit darkness.
I thank my heavenly father for our universe.
I thank my heavenly father for our earth.
I thank our creator for the ability to smile.
I thank our creator for the ability to laugh.
I thank our creator for the ability to love.
I thank our creator for the ability to be tough.
I thank Christ for my health.
I thank Christ for my place on earth.
I thank Christ for my everything.
I thank Christ for my time being.

Submitted: Tuesday, May 25, 2010

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