Gratitude Journal

Living an Attitude of Gratitude

Day 948

Today I am thankful:

For smartphones and tablets, so I can stay in touch when I’m away from home.

For clocks and watches and calendars, because they help me keep track of where I am in time.

For maps, because they help me keep track of where I am in space.

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7 thoughts on “Day 948

  1. Iva Pokorny on said:

    Have you ever thought of what our lives would be like without clocks, calendars and such that puts our lives in segments .. blocks? I have. I know that it won’t work in the type of life we live in. But I still dream about it. I try to do without watches and clocks during the summer. I like the feeling of freedom I get .. feeling of space … Freedom to breeeeeeathe 🙂 I am the one that is often a bit late or stressed out rushing to a meeting because I don’t plan my time so well. I am working on this just because I don’t want to be stressed out. Hmmm … Look how your thoughts got me going! 🙂

    Bless you! I am not sure that this was your intent, though. 😦

    • The only time I pay attention to time is when we have appointments. I can’t remember the last time I wore a watch – I stopped wearing one way before I retired. And we always get to appointments early because we leave early to allow for traffic, breakdowns, etc.

      If any of my blog posts make people think or if they spark a discussion, I’m okay with that.

      😀

      • Iva Pokorny on said:

        I guess we are on the same page here then. 😊

        And I am glad to know it is ok to discuss. This is your site. ❤️

  2. I stopped wearing a watch years ago too and love not wearing one! And although I’m still not used to the Apple way of doing things, I do like my iPad a lot….much easier to carry around than the laptop. xoxoxo

    • We have an old Apple laptop and an old Toshiba laptop, both of which weigh a ton! I love my Kindle Fire and take it with me to my chemo appointments so I can read and check in on Facebook occasionally. I probably should add Pinterest, Word Press, and a couple of other sites. I can never remember the passwords, so have to add them from home, and I never remember to do that until I think about adding them when I’m not home. 😀

  3. Can you not just log in to all those sites via Facebook? Many apps like Pinterest allow me to log in using my FB account.

    • I don’t like to do that because if my FB account gets compromised, I’m screwed. I do log in to Goodreads with FB but only because I was too lazy to set up a different log in. I may change that.

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