Author Louise Hay says she has made eighty affirmations before she even gets out of bed. Thank you for restful sleep. Thank you comfortable bed. Thanks for the pleasant dream….
People ask me what I can find to list day after day. I’m amazed that they aren’t amazed.
Thank you that the room was just the right temperature to sleep.
Thank you that I fell back to sleep when I woke up early.
Thank you that I found just the clothes I wanted to wear.
Thank you that I have Laughing Club this morning
Thank you for the sunshine. It is a beautiful day for the motorcycle run.
Thank you for the chance to make jewelry at Unity.
Thank you for the rain yesterday!
Thank you that our paycheck went in early.
Thank you for resolution to a mistake online. I argued my case and won.
Thank you that I am feeling better!
I affirm that I have all I need and I am confident that the Universe will provide.
“You are a child of the Universe no less than the trees and the stars and whether or not it is clear to you the Universe is unfolding as it should.”
I’ve always been excited by the empty page, the blank sheet and colored pencils or crayons. Oh the possibilities for creativity!
Early morning is like a blank page Anything can happen!
I will find gratitude in today as I am grateful for those things that happened yesterday.
Planning the Women’s Retreat .Seeing it come together. Learning as I go
Mirror Work by Louise Hays. Positive affirmations
She’s Got Issues by Nicole Unice There’s a Lord for that!
A poem by Mary Faktor. I saw her perform at Carol’s Church.
Strength sent to Sookie as her father goes downhill.
Patience for Kora as she experiences her Grandfather’s last journey
Thanks to Bryan for holding it together.
Love to them all in this difficult time.
Many thanks to Crystal for her unlimited supply of empathy,advice and caring.
Grateful for change.
Draw a good picture. You can show me tomorrow!
3. Feeling good
4. Much needed rain
5. Car fixed
6. That moment
7. Flowers for the neighbors
8. Tasting Alan’s home grown corn on the cob, which he planted and nurtured with such industry
Looking forward to a jewelry making marathon this Sat. for an Access Women’s Shelter fundraiser!
A phone conversation with a dear friend!
Watching the Democratic convention and feeling hopeful!
A day at home — hooray!
Teaching Zentangle tomorrow to a group of teenagers in a shelter. A privilege for sure!
Finding an old journal and going back in time.
Clearing out a bookcase and finding $10!
Another day winding down, and the gift of tomorrow anticipated!
Man caves are all the rage with a get away for masculine activities.A mom cave I would retreat from the world for a little down time away from the hubbub of a house full of children.My room is now my cave.. It is not tidy but is not chaos.
Some of the things I’m most grateful for are here.
Books -Ones I’ve loved. Ones I’m reading .Ones to be read. Some for info . Some for fun.
Bookmarks I save cards I’ve received as bookmarks.
My laptop Aqua blue and hard working is connects me to people and things and educates me. It’s screensaver says Good morning.
My bed (hubby’s too at night) how delightful to nap or meditate or pray upon it
A box of tissues by my bed
A kitty sleeping at the head (She thinks this is her cave)
On my dresser are my polar bears One two three four
A decoration with part by each grandchild.
Pens and paper because inspiration may strike or necessity may arise
My clothes. I am so blessed to have such choice.
Sigh! I need to chose some clothes and go into the downstairs and outside world but I’ll be back and my cave will be waiting!
The rose-breasted grosbeaks have been here since the beginning of Summer. Hooray!
Our new kitchen table and chairs are terrific. The chairs look like art!
The morning glories are going to bloom soon!
Loving my black eyed Susan vining hanging basket.
Just added blue glass discs and green glow in the dark stones to the stones beside the driveway. It looks like a fairy garden at night!!! Yahoo!
Loving my purple ballon flowers — so tough that they grew in a neglected pot in the garage in the dark!! Then I put them in a place of honor, added fabulous pink petunias and oh boy, they have been blooming all Summer long! Wow!
Just home from Ocean City, Maryland — a wonderful family vacation including jewelry making, coloring, counted cross stitch, and reading. And of course, the beach! It was a tough job but somebody had to do it!
Gratitude to this website and all the gratitude people here!