Gratitude Journal

Living an Attitude of Gratitude

Day 1,031

Today I am thankful:

For a quick in-and-out at the radiology oncologist’s today.

Because the side effects today are tolerable with a little help.

For my four-legged buddy, Spud, who has been right by my side all day.


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8 thoughts on “Day 1,031

  1. Spud knows…maybe he picks up on all of our loving vibes and healing energy that we’re all sending, maybe he plucks them out of the continuum and wraps them all around you along with his own love and warmth. ❤

  2. Well, at least you didn’t do what I just did, and dump an entire Christmas cactus out of its pot and onto the floor. 🙂 The good news is, neither the plant nor the pot broke, and I have a vacuum cleaner.

    Glad to hear it was an in and out day for you, and that you’re coping, too. Every day a new adventure, right?

  3. Yes, dogs know when they are needed. Don’t we all need a Spud? I’m catching myself wanting a dog more and more often. Someday it will happen. We first have to get the travel bug out of our system.

    • Some dogs love to travel. Steve had a Belgian Malinois that loved to ride, and the Lhasa Apso I had loved nothing more than to jump in the car and go. The two we have now are home bodies – just like we are. 😀

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