Gratitude Journal

Living an Attitude of Gratitude

Day 1,003

Today I am thankful:

For the ability to read.

For all the mistakes I’ve made in my life; they taught me things I wouldn’t have learned otherwise.

For rainbows.


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4 thoughts on “Day 1,003

  1. You usually post at what is the end of my work day, and about the time I’m ready to shut down my computer, there you are: Gratitude Journal. No matter what kind of challenges or grit I’ve had in the course of the day, your posts help to put things in perspective! Thanks. I’m grateful today that I can read too. Reading has opened all kinds of doors for me, philosophical, religious, historical and good ol’ entertainment–think “Harry Potter.” Thanks for your posts. You are kind of the epitome of how a little can go a long way! Hugs…

  2. I haven’t been able to stay up late since we returned from our travels. So now I get to read your gratitude journal first thing in the morning…it’s a beautiful way to start the day. I too love being able to read, even though I still have difficulty reading entire books. But I love being able to read blogs and gratitude journals and people’s posts…those bring good information and joy too. ‚̧

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