Items 141 – 150 which bring more Gratitude to me
Items 141 – 150 which bring more Gratitude to me!
You can see the items from 131 – 140 here.
141. Teaching at Brookdale Community College.
142. Reverend Daniel, Jerusha, and Sophia
143. Blog Comments – especially when they are on MY blog (can I drop a more subtle hint?)
144. When I crack myself up! (like reading item 143!)
145. Learning new things.
147. My new car stereo with iPod connectivity!
148. Traveling to new places.
149. Awesome Filtered Water
You are invited to list something(s) that brings more gratitude to you by leaving some comments to this posting. Keep in mind that there are no right or wrong answers to the age old question of, “What brings more gratitude to you?” Each person will certainly have different answers. The reason I am doing this in chunks of 10 is that I am interested in looking back (in 100 days from now) and seeing how my perspective has changed.
my children my husband, my health, my healing, my home , the air i breath, the water i drink, the heat in my home, the love that surrounds me, my little dof who makes me smile, my children who make me giggle, the food in my cupboards, the eyes that i see with, thanks you thank you thank you x
Well I wrote a poem of total gratitude….I have a passion for mushroom seeking, last year I went back to a place that I have been going to for the last 20 years with my dog Otter, I was so grateful just to be in this unspoilt part of France surrounded by fields and woods. I said to myself thank you god…..I had to run back to my car to get a pen a paper and this was the result of my gratitude.
The Mushroom Seekers
Come Otter be not so meek
Come with me and we shall seek
On this golden October day
We Shall find them across the way
The Chestnut woods are denser here
The sun shines through not so clear
The leaves have turned a golden brown
Oh what a delight to be around
We pass a cottage made of stone
How nice to know were not alone
hedgerows scratch as we pass through
Oh if only the Farmer knew
He would rage stamp and shout
And be sure to throw us out
Oh what fun he is not here
But then again he might not care
The distance trees and lovely lake
What a picture that would take
Thank you God for another year
For not to mushroom seek
I couldn’t Bear.
Just being alive,in this wonderful world. They can’t take that away from me….It’s always there.