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Grateful Friday


Sometimes, I just want to be grateful for the simple things.

I'm grateful for daylight and nighttime.

I'm grateful for green grass, beautiful trees and vibrant flowers.

I'm grateful for clean air, fresh water and food to eat.

I'm so grateful for healing conversation.

I'm grateful for the escape of a good book.

I'm grateful for all the wonderful souls who still want to read my blog.

I'm grateful for good music that speaks to my heart at just the right time.

I'm grateful for perfect timing.

I'm grateful for an invite to a Miss America party - I'm lookin' forward to it!

I'm grateful for brave and honest witnesses.

I'm grateful for modern medicine that enables me to breath.

I'm grateful for my wonderful respiratory doctor who is the BEST!

I'm grateful for all those that want to be my friend - most grateful.

I'm grateful that my kiddos are self-directed in their schoolwork.

I'm thankful for my friend Kelly - she is incredible!

I'm grateful that this week is over, as well...it was quite a roller coaster ride.  I think I'm past due of getting off this ride.

I'm grateful that the weekend has some fun stuff planned.

I'm grateful and excited at the new opportunities presenting themselves for study and learning - Baruch HaShem!


“Live as if you were to die tomorrow.
Learn as if you were to live forever.”
~Mahatma Gandhi

What are you grateful for this week?

Comments

Ari C'rona said…
I'm grateful for the wonderful supportive friends that surround me.:o)
Blue Butterfly said…
I am grateful for the snow and cold, that makes Springtime even sweeter :)

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