Gratitude Journal

Living an Attitude of Gratitude

Day 1,002

Today I am thankful:

For unexpected rain.

For our little patch of grass that’s growing like crazy with all the rain we’ve had.

Because the oranges on our tree are huge and are starting to change color.

Advertisements

Single Post Navigation

10 thoughts on “Day 1,002

  1. How exciting to be able to just step outside and pick your own oranges! My hubby would love that so much!

  2. Oh, yum Oranges are my favorite. Have you ever tried the Cara Cara varity? They’re seedless, a cross between pink grapefuit and orange, and sweet as can be. They’re wonderful, and I’ve been waiting for this year’s crop. Maybe soon!

      • I got a message that it’s a “HIgh risk” website with a Trojan.

      • Huh. I didn’t get that. No matter — here’s what the site said:

        “A Cara Cara Orange is also called a Red Navel Orange. This citrus fruit variety has a dark orange-red interior fruit color, and is very sweet with generally a very low acid content.

        Cara Cara oranges are typically harvested from Venezuela during the months of October to January. They are medium-sized, round, with ten to twelve interior orange segments and very few seeds.

        It’s quite easy to understand why a Cara Cara Orange is considered to be one of the best eating oranges in the world–just like their cousin, the Navel Orange.

        On the outside, a Cara Cara orange has a skin color that is more yellow than orange, with a rich, red pulp inside. They make a wonderful accent to any dish and recipe, and especially to fresh salads.”

      • I just searched for them, and they look like what are marketed here as blood oranges.

    • I have no idea what variety these are. And I’ve never even seen Cara Cara. I’ll have to look for it.

  3. I see you swimming in rain and oranges!😃

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

cancergrace.org/

Just another WordPress.com site

Write2Camp in Europe

Come and literally join me on my literary journey!

Living With Three Girls

Adventures of a dad raising two daughters after loosing wife to Lung Cancer

AJ's Art Journaling

This blog is to share my adventures in art journaling. It's a journey of discovery and you are more than welcome to join me.

Dann's Cancer Chronicles

Living an Attitude of Gratitude

Ya-Native Blog

Sharing our Cultures with the World

life and breath: outliving lung cancer

for the terminally optimistic

Stephanie Raffelock

A good story can transform the way that you see the world.

Fall in Love with Writing

Taste and see that writing is good!

womenscancerconnection

Coaching, Support and Resources for Women with Cancer

Spanish-English Word Connections

Vínculos entre el español y el inglés

Kira's Corner

An Ever Expanding Experience

rachelmankowitz

The Cricket Pages

Aaron Paquette

First Nations Metis Artist Writer Speaker Entrepeneur Politician

Get Fuzzy!

My Journey in Battling Stage IV Lung Cancer

A Lil Lytnin' Strikes Lung Cancer

Living an Attitude of Gratitude

livingly dying

notes & essays on daily life with terminal cancer

Boomer Junction

This crossroad, this place along the way

A Journey - Not A Race

Dealing with cancer in as positive a way as possible ...

%d bloggers like this: