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Today I am grateful for my family, they are so loving and they are always there for me when I need them.
Today I am grateful for live itself first and foremost. I also grateful being surrounded with family that stands behind me and supports me. Another thing I am grateful today is having the mobility and health to do for myself. Last but not least, I am grateful to be in the financial position to not only pay my bills but spend when in need of emergencies.
I am feeling better now than I did this morning. This seems to be a heart surgery pattern for me. I am waiting the day I wake up feeling like the old Rabbit.
I am grateful for a roof over my head & my space heater. I am grateful for the warmth I feel. We have more rain on the way & it is cold, wet & damp after a historic rain storm on New Year’s Eve. I am thankful I have a warm, dry home.
It’s a snowy day here in Payson, Arizona. I am grateful for the moisture.
I am grateful for my friendships. They sustain me and I don’t know what I would do without them!
The day itself – a wonderful opportunity to see what unfolds.
In no particular order–
My husband, who is fixing the cracked garbage disposal so the sink will stop leaking.
The fog softening the trees on all sides of our snug little house.
The fire warming me.
The gentle ache of muscles that have been getting reacquainted with yoga after a gap of many months.
Hot coffee in my cup.
Starting the new year with some time off.
My wonderful, smart, funny, kind, loving daughters.
Good friends who share time and their thoughts with me.
Exciting new opportunities at work.
Our slightly crabby cat and the life he brings into our home.
Increasing mobility in the wrist I broke Sept. 1–4 months and improving all the time. Although it will never really be the same as it was before I’ll be able to do things I love.
Time spent with family at Christmas, and getting to travel and stay with another brother at the end of this coming week while I attend a conference.
Glad your wrist is better. I am thinking similar with this heart surgery. Will I ever be the same?
Love you list.
Thank you Rabbit! I guess we won’t be the same–each of us will be our new self, whatever that is.
A time of refection of “the past”, anticipation of “the future” and gratefulness for everything including great challenges.
I am grateful for another day…another day with my husband and cats and dog! My dog was diagnosed with a serious cancer (what cancer is not serous??) this past July. We were told by one vet that he had about four months….My husband and I were devastated…and we are so thankful that we still our sharing each day with him and he is feeling well. He is loved and much cared for…and I think that makes a difference. We are all traveling for the winter as we have the last 6 years and he is doing well…meeting new people and new dogs….some of his favorite things to do. My one cat, Nora loves him…and that makes me smile. I am ever grateful for all of you and for meeting here each day. Slainte’ Mhath!
Nannette, I feel for you. I never had kids and our dogs taught me what it was like to be “mom.” Miss them still.
Thank you, Rabbit for taking the time to reply to me. I know that you are not feeling well…and that you are plugging along. Prayers for strength and feeling well are being said for you.
Just like you…I never have had children…and my dogs and cats sure make me a Mom…what better love could I know?
I pray each day that you feel a little bit better.
Every day is a new beginning. I’m grateful to have this awareness.
Grateful for the gift of a new day, abundantly filled with Grace. Lodging, clean water, food, employment, family and friends-there’s much abundance.
Today I am able to prepare for an upcoming retreat, writing, sewing, packing my things joyfully while being a bit scared as well about what will be, but in the same time so grateful for being invited to learn, to unfold, and so happy and full of gratitude to be together with dear fellow friends and kindred hearts soon and possibly we will be sharing in one spirit what is there to be shared in kindness; sharing time, work, thoughts and our hearts. Happy New Year to all of you who share and visit here, and to all beyond! 🙏❤️😊✨💥🌲😘❤️🙏
Safe travel and learning times.
Today I am grateful to have been able to hug all the people I love the most during these holidays.
I still feel the warmth of their hugs and it was the best way to start this new year!
Grateful for my son’s dogs Stanley and Brady who always make me smile.
Going for a walk on this winter day with sunshine & temps close to 50 with both or one of them. Trails right outside the back door from new house.
Looking forward to moving in with all of them soon, hopefully within the next week or so.
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