My version of Gratitude 2.0 includes a few more of my photos as well as a deep thankfulness for my children, grandchildren, abundant friends — and the man whose love and memories will last forever.
Happy Thanksgiving to all who’ve kindly followed my blog these past years. Feel free to add your own words of grateful wisdom!
ENOUGH . . . is a feast.
Gratitude changes everything. (They were pardoned)
Be thankful for family, for friends, for memories and the way love, in many forms, changed your life.
Expect nothing; appreciate everything.The secret to having it all is knowing you already do!
The more grateful you are, the more present you become.
Be thankful for your struggles— because without it, you wouldn’t have stumbled against your strengths.
I fall, I rise, I make mistakes. I live, I learn, I’ve been hurt. But, I’m alive, I’m human — and I’m thankful.
When asked if my cup is half full or half empty, I’m just grateful I have a cup.
Be less in grief that love is no more — and more in thankfulness that it was.
Until further notice — celebrate everything!