Day 55 and Day 56 of 100 Days of Gratitude
The day before yesterday, we traveled the roads on the 2nd link. Yesterday we drove the Engineer Pass. If you'd like more veiws, check out youtube.com and search for Engineer Pass and Alpine Loop to Engineer Pass in Colorado. Be sure to fast... Read more
Day 54 of 100 Days of Gratitude
I didn't intend to organize the event, but it ended up that way. And I had been excited -- floating on a cloud as I called each person and urged them to attend the event. and they said, "Yes!" Only one couldn't attend (and the two who are decea... Read more
Day 53 of 100 Days of Gratitude
I live on a mountain in CO. Adjacent to our 40 acres are hundreds of acres of BLM (Bureau of Land Mgt) land --people aren't allowed to live on that land. Just wildlife like moose, elk, deer and cattle (ranchers lease the land from the gov't).
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Day 52 of Gratitude in 100 Days of Gratitude
Another hike up the 35 degree angle mtn across the road from our house (which is at 8,600' above sea level). I climbed & climbed up a mtn only to reach more "up" and more "up" and then I was on the 2-track slightly inclined "road" (not a road... Read more
Day 51 of 100 Days of Gratitude
I've had many days of gratitude, but just forget to record them.
Today was a good one: I finally broke away from a month's worth of volunteer project & went outside for a hike up the mtn. Started with a very steep, straight UP mtn, which le... Read more
Day 50 of 100 Days of Gratitude
"Gratitude" in an understatement. DH had dr.'s exam about a test result that was too high. The verdict today could have been a life-threatening condition. The verdict was "all is well."
I've never been so grateful.... Read more
Day 49 of 100 days of Gratitude
I'm overloaded with volunteer tasks and I love doing them, but I'm hanging on by a thread with SP. Got on stationary bike today for a good workout. Ate well and dodged all triggers. I'm so thrilled to have SP so I know how to get back on track.... Read more
Day 48 of 100 Days of Gratitude
Housesitting at sister-in-law's brand new, very beautiful house in a small town 100 mi from our mtn home. So we got a taste of "big city" living (20,000 population compared to 1,000 -- I know you're rolling your eyes!).
Bike path right out... Read more
Day 47 of 100 Days of Gratitude
Walked very briskly to fast music at the track. Then ST, then more brisk walking, then ST. You get the picture.
Then a walk after dinner down and back up the mtn. road. I'm grateful that I have access to these tools to help me on the roa... Read more
Day 46 of 100 Days of Gratitude
Wow..am I off track...from blogging to exercise.
I am NOT grateful for almost 2 feet of snow last Wednesday & Thursday. Ugh.
I AM grateful for the unusual beauty of white snow on dark green grass with little wildflowers blossoming. ... Read more
Day 45 of 100 Days of Gratitude
DH and our son are on a road trip in CA to view 2 SR-71 Black Hawk (??) planes. It's my son's passion. He has endured 8 months of heartache and despair from a painful divorce and THIS trip has brought him JOY! True JOY!
I am so grateful ... Read more
Day 44 of 100 Days of Gratitude
I arrived home (alone) after an absence of 3 1/2 months and was so grateful to find the total and complete absence of bears in my house. Hooray! In 2009, a bear had cleaned out the kitchen cupboards, refrigerator freezer (salmon, shrimp, butt... Read more
Day 43 of 100 Days of Gratitude
I didn't have wi-fi access again today, so am writing retroactively.
Gratitude is totally inadequate to describe my feelings today. We saw "Their Finest" which is a good movie.
The next day we saw The Zookeeper's Wife. I was shaking... Read more
Day 42 of 100 Days of Gratitude
38 years of friendship and 30 years of living hundreds of miles apart, but my friend and I connect like magnets. Oh, it's been so much fun and we're seeing sights that are fabulous. I feel like the luckiest person in the world.... Read more
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Day 41 of 100 Days of Gratitude
I don't have access to wi-fi so I'm recording these days of gratitude a few days later.
We visited the Red Rocks outdoor amphitheater in Denver which is considered the best in the world by many musicians. Huge, majestic red columns of ro... Read more