Gratitude Tree at The Kensington Falls Church assisted livingWe are thankful for the many blessings in our lives, most especially our residents and The Kensington team members that make our community such a loving home!  During the month of November, we introduced our Thanksgiving Gratitude Tree. We invited residents, family members and team members to give thanks and share what they were most thankful for. We provided “leaves” for individuals to write on and asked that they hang it on our tree to share their gratitude with the community! It was an honor to witness and read of all the blessings and gratitude on our community. Thank you all for participating! We hope you too will enjoy a few of the gratitude’s that were shared with us.

“I am thankful for being so strong to get through this year. I have experienced ups and downs, but I am very strong because of God and the family he gave me. Glory be praised.”

“Thank God I am still alive. I am thankful to be part of The Kensington, and for home, family, and friends.”

“I am very thankful for my life and for the growth I’ve experienced personally in 2017.”

“My life is richer for all the new friends I have found here at The Kensington, from the management team and the various departments. Also, I have the residents and their families who have kept me in their prayers, so God could set me on the path of healing.”

“I am thankful for my new friends and family at The Kensington.”

“Thankful for those who help me.”

“I am thankful for every day I am alive to be thankful for all I have – I am blessed with my beautiful family and friends!”

“Thankful for all my amazing residents. They make my life meaningful.”

“I am thankful for life and for the family that God has blessed me with. I am grateful for my Kensington family.”

“Thankful for all the good and the bad days. Those days strengthened me!”

“I’m thankful for life, for every new day and for the new families you become a part of along the way.”

“Thank each and every one of you for making room for me in your hearts.”

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