Gratitude Journal

Living an Attitude of Gratitude

Day 937

Today I am thankful:

For a relatively benign side effect day.

For a couple of splash-and-dash showers today. Not much rain, but every little bit helps.

For good friends to help me through the rough spots.


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4 thoughts on “Day 937

  1. My bad–I went to hit the excellent thing on the stars, because all of your posts are excellent in my eyes–you inspire me, making me want to practice living in the fullness of gratitude–but, as sometimes happens with me and technology, “oops–wrong button,” and no rewind. So, big hugs and happy light rains to you. I think of you often and oft times whisper a little prayer for your peace and well-being.

  2. I didn’t even know about the stars until just now. Now I’ll notice them more. 🙂

    I’m glad the side-effects haven’t been too brutal this time around. Although I do read between lines, you know. Relatively speaking. ❤

    I absolutely love phrases like splash-and-dash, and dine-and-dash (have done it several times, but never on purpose, and always went back to pay up). We've had storm-and-stay here for days.

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