Gratitude Journal

Living an Attitude of Gratitude

Day 967

Today I am thankful:

Because I can order our coffee and Peanut’s medicine online and have them delivered to our door.

Because I can get up when I want; go to bed when I want; and nap in between if I want.

Because all that I have and all that I am is enough.

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7 thoughts on “Day 967

  1. Sighing in joyful agreement. I love living life at my own pace. And I REALLY love ordering stuff online from the comfort of my own home (even in my pajamas). ❤

  2. saundragoodman on said:

    Amen to that!

  3. Iva Pokorny on said:

    My goodness! You are so right! I can get up or go to bed when I want. And nap when I want! I have been yearning for this my entire adult life. I have it. Like you. And I don’t have the heart to see it!!! You do! Thank you!

    And we are enough , aren’t we? At least I think I am. Aren’t I? I want to think I am. You, my dear Ruth.. are over the top. Make no mistake.

    I am jealous of everything you can order from your home 😦 But I am happy that you can. I have been thinking about that. Are you at home quite a lot now? Do you feel as though you are?

    ❤️

  4. You are enough if you think you are, Iva. I’m home almost all the time now. And I like not having to go to work every day. We go to chemo, and we go grocery shopping when we have to. And the rest of the time we’re at home. It’s enough for me.

    • Iva Pokorny on said:

      Then it is enough for now. I w as sort of wondering how you are, you see. You need all the life giving rest you can get so as to get yourself through the grueling treatments you are undergoing now. And have been for quite for awhile. They take their toll. Even for you, my grandest trooper ever!

      ❤️👏❤️

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