Gratitude Journal

Living an Attitude of Gratitude

Day 1,047

Today I am thankful:

That our new sheets were delivered today! Yay!

Because today was Spud’s day at the groomer. He always looks more like a ‘grownup’ after he’s groomed instead of a little ragamuffin.

Because this time last year, I thought I was about to celebrate my last Christmas on this earth. I’m glad I was wrong. ūüėÄ

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4 thoughts on “Day 1,047

  1. Gotta love new sheets…and a clean dog;-)

  2. Yay for being wrong!!!!! I’m glad you’re still here and going onward and upward, even if it’s slow-going right now. We just put our flannel sheets on the bed today, and they’re so snuggly and warm!

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