Gratitude Journal

Living an Attitude of Gratitude

Day 1,057

Today I am thankful:

That I finally caught Spud ‘singing’ and filmed it. He’s such a ham.

For the almost half inch of rain we had today.

Because I’m improving – finally. I used to be a patient person, but my patience seems to have evaporated lately.

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7 thoughts on “Day 1,057

  1. That video is so sweet, dear Spud. I’m glad you finally caught him on film.

    And my heart is singing with gratitude to see you feeling better, even if it’s a little bit at a time. I was very worried about you. Waiting for improvement is excruciating, no wonder you feel you don’t have any patience for it.

  2. Was Spuds singing Christmas carols? He must be happy you are doing better. And patience, BTW, is highly over rated. Keep goin’ strong, Ruth. You are a light to so many. Hugs and love.

  3. I happen to think that you are very patient. You have had it tough for quite awhile. And you haven’t lost it at all. I would call you a very patient person.
    Spud singing … Have you posted the video?

    ❤️

  4. Angelika Schwarz on said:

    Singing with his mouth fool. What talent! 🙂

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