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My partner, steadfastly kind and patient.
My friend B. and a small group that gathered to create a 2022 vision board/ collage. We were unable to gather in January 2021 due to Covid. It felt like a loss, to miss this yearly ritual. This year, while wrestling with fear and love, we found a way to meet regardless …
Gathering to launch 2022, to create, share and witness our respective visions, felt like a huge gift. Perhaps it is!
I usually look for reasons to thank so there is a prompt. And there are plenty of people to thank.
I can thank my husband who provided me with all that i need to survive without him. He left all the passwords needed and helped me build a garden. I just miss him so much but he is now in another realm and a different light. God blessed me with him and now he’s an angel.
I Thank each and everyone of You on this site for reminding me to be mindful and grateful for life’s blessings. 🌷🌺
I can thank my father who taught me morals and values, doing so by example. He has since passed on but very few days go by when I don’t think of him with gratitude.
a late christmas present…very late.in deed, and yes, it was the husbands new cotton boxer briefs The delivery person looked tired, and rushed. I threw out a thank-you-she appeared to be much to busy to even hear it. I-then opened the package and put on the boxers to make my husband enjoy some well-deserved laughter. I don’t mind telling you they were quite comfortable too.
That unstable weather pattern which bought those beautiful cooling summer rains during my walk this morning.
You’re not in my hemisphere, Don! 🌧 ☔️
I thank all the health care workers today for working so hard to save all the people needing care at this difficult time. They have been on call for two years now witnessing a lot of suffering and they still are there to work tirelessly.
Thank you for remembering us. It is a battle field daily in the hospitals. But we gather our courage, pray for strength and march on. Some days it feels as though our hearts may break wide open.
Too many to list but I will select a few:
My hubby for journeying with me through thick and thin:)
My son and daughter-in-law for gifting us with a grand baby and allowing us to share in their life
My mother and father for raising me, gifting me with Faith and teaching me how to be a strong female
My ancestors gone before me for paving the way
My son! for many things. Most recently, for the photo he sent where we are sorting through family things, including the little tool box of my dad’s, which my son just passed along to me.
I thank Source for another day & for all the abundance I am blessed with. Happy Monday to All. ✨🙏❤️✨
Is there anyone whom I cannot thank today? You all here who are sharing so kindly; the one I met at lunch for her openness and willingness to speak to me, sharing some daily experiences; my landlord for his constant availability whenever something needs to be fixed, like recently, when his prompt reacting made all of us in the house feel secure again; my dear friends and loved ones near and far, and my family and extended family, of course! Blessings be with all of you, my dear friends.
I thank all my fellow travelers on this Gratitude site for sharing and caring and providing your thoughtful insight and experiences. A wonderful online support group and I thank each one of you.
I’d like to thank my online meditation group for helping to introduce me to this group and helping to keep me mindful. And thank you all for your words each day that help to further enlighten me on this journey.
Thank you to all the health care workers, trying so hard to keep us healthy, and for being so compassionate to anti-vaxers. Your efforts are not forgotten, and we admire your courage. ❤
Dear Holly, my daughter and her boyfriend have ‘the sniffles’ so they skipped yesterday’s Sunday dinner. Covid tests are not readily available, but she has ordered them [from Amazon?] – she says they’re backordered.
On our community free-cycle Facebook page our thoughtful neighbors have been posting when they find the home tests restocked in town, and also where the pop-up testing is. They are more available now… but we don’t go anywhere now or gather, so… haha. You know. The tests are revealing 42% positivity in our county, which is not surprising since most people were not masking to do their Christmas and grocery shopping. This wave is bad, but it will pass. 🙏
Yuck! Supposedly only 2% positive at my granddaughters schools.
My family and friends for all of their love and support, my dog for her unconditional love, the Universe for one more day and everyone and everything for continually teaching me about life and myself. 🙂
I would like to thank each of you on this site who pay attention to the life of the Spirit… and are companions on the journey. I am grateful.
My boss… for giving me good direction.
My mentor at work. He’s given me so much of his time and guidance.
The oral surgeon, who did a great job on my two tooth extractions last week, my son and grandson who came over to help us with chores yesterday, my daughter who gave me the most magnificent gift, and a special gift from the chickadee who landed on a bare branch outside the window and was just being a chickadee in all its majesty and gave me such delight I felt it in my soul….and that was just yesterday!
I’m glad you are healing well, Mary Pat!
Today I will thank everyone.
So many store and service staff who I don’t know personally but depend on nonetheless. Thank you.
Today I can thank 3 good friends for being there for me over the years, even though I have been so busy raising 5 kids that I have not been a great friend.
Thankful to you Christine for being here. Your responses often touch my heart. Thank you. ❤️
You, too 💛
I am thankful for my parents who are supporting me at every step. I am thankful to my friends, especially Jiggy and Thomas.
I will be mindful of thanking people throughout the day today. I will first thank my close friend, Nicole, she had gotten me a cute mug that reads ‘I wish you lived next door’. She is have her first infusion round today so she is on my mind.
RIP Bob Saget – that was a shocker this am.
My wife, and do so hourly.
My daughters, who each raised a family
My grandchildren, who taught me how to be Grampa.
My rowing teammates, twenty-two years “pulling together.”
My faith, praise God.
My dog, Gracie, blind and sees all I am
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