This is a guest post by Jane Knuth.
Of course, everyone is grateful for sight. The obvious benefits are being able to function without running into things and also the enjoyment of beauty.
In thinking about this post, I decided to take a walk on a peak fall day. I took my camera along to capture some shots of the beautiful trees. But there were too many. As my walk continued, I began to notice other reasons I was grateful for my sight. I took those photos too. I hope you enjoy them.
Jane Knuth is the author of Thrift Store Saints: Meeting Jesus 25¢ at a Time and Thrift Store Graces: Finding God’s Gifts in the Midst of the Mess. She has been volunteering at the St. Vincent de Paul thrift store in Kalamazoo, Michigan, for the last 17 years.
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