Day 15 of 100 Days of Gratitude
I'm grateful for my relationship with DH in which we're excited and eager to share new concepts we're learning from our respective library books. We listen to each other read and then discuss our thoughts. Sometimes we don't get any of our chore... Read more
Day 14 of 100 days of gratitude
I'm grateful for Chip. Not my brother, Chip, but the REI clerk named Chip. He solved so many issues I've been fighting with my new Fitbit. I was really bummed! Now it syncs and I love it.
The days and days of constant downpour in CA sto... Read more
Day 13 of 100 Days of Gratitude
I'm grateful for a lovely day driving through beautiful green, green, green rolling hills with black angus cows for contrast. Endless days of rain did the work. I'm grateful for the very, very, very hard-working people bending over in deep, thic... Read more
Day 12 of 100 days of Gratitude
I offered to contact my high school classmates to plan a milestone reunion this year. (No, I'm NOT going to tell you how many years it's been since graduation. I'd faint on the floor if I say that number out loud! Gasp!)
I grew up on ... Read more
Day 11 of 100 Days of Gratitude
We had a monster storm here Thursday night, all day Friday & night, Sat. causing 60 mph winds, rain like waterfalls, lots of fallen trees on cars, power lines and houses and mud slides closing highways and evacuations. 10.5 inches or rain in a n... Read more
Day 10 of 100 Days of Gratitude
I am grateful to live in a culture that is friendly with strangers. It's OK here to start up a conversation with someone next to you in the grocery line. I had a hard time finding an appropriate birthday card for my son whose heart is broken. Th... Read more
Day 9 of 100 Days of Gratitude
It's wonderful to live (temporarily) in a place where people can express their concerns in a positive, peaceful, educational way. Yesterday I stood on "Peace Corner" with about 60 others where residents have expressed their hopes for decades. ... Read more
Day 8 of 100 days of gratitude
Wow..I'm so far behind. It's a good example of my current life. And I have so much for which to be thankful, but am a bit overwhelmed and forgetful.
So today, I'm grateful for a long walk by myself above the ocean with high tide and the wat... Read more
Day 7 of 100 Days of Gratitude
I am so grateful for the privilege of seeing the Pacific Ocean ... again. Each year we silently acknowledge, "This might be the last time we get to live by the ocean for a few months."
We are back again and we are grateful. It's been a... Read more
Day 6 of 100 Days of Gratitude
Traded my 44" of snow in the front "yard" for palm trees. No more 2-3 hrs/day of shoveling. Hooray!... Read more
Day 5 of 100 Days of Gratitude
Wowzers, nobody's ever going to ride in my car with me after all these "gratitudes." I live high in the Rocky Mountains in CO. We have about 40" of snow in my front "yard" which is 40 acres of mtns & no houses. Today we had very high winds (10... Read more
Day 4 of 100 Days of Gratitude
I am grateful for Margot Lee Shetterly who wrote "Hidden Figures". My husband read the book, I read the book and yesterday we watched the movie. I encourage every person to read this book and open their experience to this true life story. The mo... Read more
Day 3 of 100 Days of Gratitude
Wow..I have to share this! As yesterday's blog said, I was driving (alone) 100 miles on snow-packed, icy roads to dr appt in the city. Lots of traffic, many drivers unfamiliar with snowy conditions, dangerous. My windshields (front & back ) ... Read more
Day 2 of 100 of Gratitude
As I head up a mtn that tops out at 11,000 ' in elevation with heavy snow, ice and wind, I am so very grateful for my warm, reliable car with good snow tires and new windshield wipers.
Actually I could run a long list of things I'm gratef... Read more
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Day 1 of 100 days of Gratitude
Today started at 4:40 am when I awakened with tears over a stressful situation which I can't control.
DH prepared pancakes (a treat!) and we watched the beautiful Rose Parade --and annual tradition for us. As we watched, I felt calm seeing ... Read more