Squeezed in among my list of chores I need to be grateful for the amazing things happening in my life.
I wished for a pair of polar bear leggings. I sent word out to friends in states afar and found them seven blocks from home.
Drain man was pleasant,patient and reasonable.
Those who blush at this do not appreciate the flush.
The joy of a hot shower.
Hubby is under the weather. I never appreciate all he does until he doesn’t.
Moving forward with Easter Outreach.Looking forward to working with Bulldog Bags.
So grateful Ann summed up the info and sent it out.
Sunshine, daffodil stalks and the hint of a tulip.
Love doubles our joy and divides our grief. Sadness and challenges are best carried by many.
Make time for gratitude!
Toilet is plugged up luckily we have two bathrooms.
Backed up into the tub. Yuck! Thanks goodness for rubber gloves.
Hubby is doing his best bless him . He has my cold!
The plunger is a simple tool. Let is work!
Plumbers are not in our budget but we know a good one.
Clorox cleanup and draino. No I won’t mix them!
Grateful for plumbing that works. We will get it working.
The sunrise is making shadows on the wall in front of me..
My calendar is shadows from hands spelling love.
The air feels Spring like today!
Daffodils are pushing through.
My new leggings are great. Top needs exchanged. Be strong.
Finding out they make polar bear leggings. This unicorn becomes a mission.
Taking on a new place to help.The Survival Center needs lunches and dinners.
Starting with one of each.
The little Church that cares.
D & D have answered prayers. So happy for them.
If you have a headache, you are grateful for acetaminophen
If you have a cold you ,are grateful for tissues.
If you have a cough, cough medicine helps you sleep.
If you are tired, the bed feels awesome.
If you have responsibilities, you are grateful to get them achieved.
If their is a funeral at Church, hubby is cooking the dinner.
When asked for more,grateful to be able to say not this time!
Grateful,grateful,grateful for hubby who just wants me well.
The sun is rising earlier and then going down later.
I went for a walk last night. People are out. Kids riding bikes.
Can see little signs of Spring. People in shorts. A bird singing. A dandelion.
Bought a new outfit from Lularoe. Spring design.
Dyed a pair of tennis shoes bright blue.
Over the counter meds to ward off a cold.
Watching the rains in California. Glad their drought is over but it was over the top.
Checked with Jack who lives in Oxnard. They cancelled plans to travel but were stuck in traffic from a trip cross town. They had to cut it close to get home because gas tank was empty.
Hymn sing next Sunday. Shout to the Lord! All the Earth let us sing!
Talent show will be at Church March 5th. Guess who the lead act is? Reminding them to laugh.
Live,love, laugh. Look around!
Made it through another week Lord!
Thanks that the asthma medicine finally worked when my daughter was wheezing!
Thanks I didn’t get hurt when I tripped and fell.
Thanks for the clothes I impulsively ordered when I couldn’t sleep.
Thanks for the unexpected funds that paid for them.
Thanks that my neighbor wasn’t hurt when her car was totaled.
Thanks for people stepping forward to do a little extra.
Chuckling how Facebook decided it was Rose’s birthday when her birthday is in June.
I had great plans for the week but accomplished none of them. Thankful for what I did perhaps it was more important.
Friday night and we just went out to eat.Life is good!
My Valentine’s Day. We ate kielbasi. No flowers,gifts or card but he accompanied me on my errands.
I bought him cashews. He bought me peanut butter cups.
Monday night he recognized when I was stressed and suggested dinner out. I had to pay for it but it was chummy and yummy!
Listening. What a gift!
Laughing at a meeting!
A valentine in the mail.
Allowing a space of time to call someone on the telephone.
In the intensity of doing two reports for Church finding a glaring error from last year’s report. I’m still laughing!
Feeling invisible but being insistent.
Working on a diorama of polar bears on my dresser. A little creativity settles my soul.