Grateful Day

I am grateful that I woke up.
I give thanks to God and ask for His forgiveness, guidance and grace.
I am grateful that I slept well in my beautiful and cozy silver grey striped sheets and duvet.
I am grateful that I heard my son come in late last night. He is safe and happy.
I am grateful the dogs can wish me Good Morning. They yowl, yip, wag and lick to ask for their first trip outside and breakfast.
I am grateful for the birds. For some reason, I am especially drawn to them. I love the “dee-dee-dee-dee” of the Chickadee. I love the “squeaky clothesline” of the Blue Jay. I love the “cheerio, cheer up, cheer up, cheerily, cheerio” of the Robin. I love the “caw” of the crow. I especially love the happy, excited chirps of a flock of sparrows in a tree.
I am grateful for a single raindrop on a blade of grass.
I am grateful for my pink umbrella with pugs splattered all over it.
I pray for low-tide for those in flood zones.
I am not happy with the sinus headache, but I am grateful for the medication.
I am grateful that my biggest health complaint this morning is just a headache.
I am grateful for cursive handwritten Gratitude Journals.
I am grateful for my morning coffee in my favourite pottery mug made by Jutta!
I am grateful (and saddened) for the dairy cows who gave the milk and cream.
I am grateful (and saddened) for the poor who harvested the coffee beans.
I am grateful to have (relatively) clean water.
I am grateful to be a Canadian woman.
I am grateful for peaceful Friday mornings where I can curl up with my coffee and my laptop to write.
I am grateful that I can sip my second coffee in the solitude of dawn.
I am grateful that I can hear Carly peacefully snoring in her sleep.
I am grateful that Annie sighs contentedly beside me.
I am grateful that my son is getting an education and has a job.
I am grateful for Mr. 1969.
I am grateful for my new Devinci road bike which we pick up tomorrow! And my pink Bontrager helmet to protect my brain.
I am hopeful that I can find matching pink Bontrager shoes.
I remind myself that “stuff” is irrelevant.
I am grateful for my To Do list … It means I have things I can do.
I am grateful for His path.
I am grateful for the delay which kept me out of harm’s way.
I am grateful for my friends.
I am grateful for the quotes on Pinterest. They make me laugh, nod in agreement and shout “Yes!”
I am grateful for my ongoing education in Creative Writing, Quantum Physics, Psychology, Philosophy, Theology, Health and Wellness. I am blessed with knowledge.
I am grateful for my medical team.
I am actually happy to receive cute little text messages.
I am learning to live in the moment.
I am grateful for my strength. I have had to dig deep to find it again and again.
I am grateful for my courage.
I am grateful for my failures.
I have worked very hard to perfect my faults! 🙂
I am grateful that I can cook … planning a lovely Friday night dinner.
I am grateful for the abundance of food that I have.
I have to learn to be grateful for my home.
I am grateful for all my clothing in the washing machine this morning. I will go through my closets to donate what I don’t need.
I am grateful for that thrill of soulful recognition when I read true words.
I am grateful for my soul sister. She will note that she is above the TP.
I am grateful for kitten soft toilet paper. My ass deserves the best.
I am grateful that Annie doesn’t complain about being vacuumed … Huskies shed daily.
I am grateful for photography. Capturing moments is important to me.
I am grateful for the leisurely walk with my dogs.
I am grateful for paintbrushes and sparkly blue paint.
I am grateful for hot water and a relaxing shower.
I am grateful for the smile of a stranger.
I am grateful for Pho.

Gratitude 4 May 18

That’s all for now … I have to out there and live a life to be grateful for!

The Fox

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Wonderful and reminds me that maybe we all need a grateful for list. It might surprise us just how wonderful our lives are.

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