Gratitude Journal

Living an Attitude of Gratitude

Day 970

Today I am thankful:

To be making big progress in sorting and organizing – today the sewing room. I’m still not done, but made a big dent.

Because we didn’t get the deluge we thought we might get. We still could get some big rain, but we’re as prepared as we can be.

That the rain stopped early afternoon, because my dogs don’t like to get wet. They don’t even like to go out if the ground is damp.

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4 thoughts on “Day 970

  1. I was thinking about you when I saw the forecast for rains being thrown your way from the Baja. Rain is good. Mudslides, potholes, flooding and sinkholes aren’t. Hope it’s perfect!

  2. Your dogs are just like me! I don’t like going out in the rain either.

    I’m glad you’re making good progress in your sorting. That’s one of those things that feels so good when it’s done.

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