Day 18-I am thankful for the 2 days my daughter can go to school in person. The school staff have gone above and beyond to ensure the safety of the students and staff. And grateful to the families who are working with the school and not against them.Continue reading
Day 12- Successful sales from Facebook Marketplace. I sold my Instant Pot. I sold it to a health care worker who was moving into a place with her family without financial help. We thanked each other for not be serial killers. (You know one is always leery of meeting strangers to sell items).
Day 13- Soft pajamas.
Day 14-Sunny days.
Day 15-For meals that taste good.
Day 16-To be able to apologize for being wrong and receiving grace.
Day 17-For my friend, Galina, who constantly shows me, I need to be gentle with myself.
I am grateful for rainy days (Day 8), volleyball recreation (Day 9) and over the counter products (Day 10).
I am eternally grateful for the people who serve our Armed Forces. They dedicate their lives and sacrifice so much for all of us to be free in the U.S. (Day 11)
Day 7 (November 7th)
I am thankful for the democratic process. 🥳
I am thankful for friends, my dog, and my warm cup of tea.
Day #3 (Nov. 3)
I am grateful for the ability to vote and how many more people voted in this election. Many had to wait in line for hours and travel many miles to do their civic duty. Voter suppression is real and needs to be stopped. God bless the people who fight for American Citizens to have that ability.
Day #2 (Nov. 2)
I am grateful for days of rest. Society deems rest as counterproductive but it is necessary to be productive. Create margins in your life, where you can take time to reset or do nothing.
Day #1 (one day late)
I am thankful for my husband moving our bedroom furniture around to make me happy and how he is quite handy.
He had another project and he had to measure a piece of plywood and have it cut into a board. His measurements were spot on, perfect!