Like if you're scheduled to go to a conference you are really excited about and then have to cancel to stay home with your kids while your husband works, well if the day ends up being so fantastic with your kids and you get to spend alone time with God and His Word and you go to sleep just in awe of the way everything unfolded.
if you drive super far to go to friends' church service and your daughter throws up in the car and you have to stop at Target to get another outfit and the scheduled baptism is delayed and at another location and the schedule of the day was unknown from the beginning, but the day ends up being beautiful and the ceremony was emotional and the kids behaved and were quiet when they needed to be and lunch was delicious and time with friends was so treasured.
if the pastor took an opportunity to explain a baptism and ended up sharing the entire Gospel for all ears to hear. More than any Christmas or Easter service might have the time to share.
If you don't realize at the end of all of that how amazing it was, did those blessings really happen? Or maybe, by realizing all of it came from Him, that it the best blessing of all.