Gratitude Journal

Living an Attitude of Gratitude

Day 956

Today I am thankful:

For healing naps after a sleepless night.

For homemade gumbo with crusty sourdough French bread.

Because I have the ability and the privilege of driving a vehicle.

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2 thoughts on “Day 956

  1. I don’t think I’ve ever had gumbo. Sounds delicious.

    And we’ve had our new car for about two months now and I still haven’t driven it. We have to take it somewhere safe for me to figure out all the buttons and panels. Too many children and animals playing in the street here for me to practice driving it here. (our house is on the last block of the subdivision with a dead end at one end, thus it’s a great safe place for bicycles and roller blading). Do you do much driving these days yourself?

    • I miss good Cajun food. There used to be a wonderful Cajun restaurant here, but the owner sold it and went back to New Orleans after Katrina. It’s a pleasure to have the ingredients available here at Whole Foods to make some Cajun dishes at home.

      I drive quite a bit when I’m feeling okay. Steve drives when I’m not feeling up to par.

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