for the one hour of sunshine yesterday, for two walks as well, salads that are never boring :)
Glad some sunshine found you Karen. We have moved into salad season here too!
Beautiful list Kim.Today I am grateful for time, the time to slowly move from one task to the next without hurry, the time to just sit and watch the sunrise over the marsh, the time to just enjoy being on this planet, it's a good day.
Thank you Tracey. Time to move slowly...how lovely. I strive for this every day, some days are better than others. Enjoy. xo
Even though it's proven to be a long winter I am loving the big flakes outside our window. Winter really can be beautiful! That being said, I love finding the little treasures that show us spring is on the way!
It definitely can be, although at this point, you can keep the snow :)
Beautiful... it's nice to see so many of your gratitudes being about "being good to yourself". What I'm most grateful for today is a South-Western wind... Melt snow, MELT! :-)
Thank you. Being good to ourselves is so important...it is all part of my (and our) goal of slow living, it allows us the time and space to look after ourselves and our passions. And yes, we are grateful for melting snow too :)
Sweet. I am thankful for my state of mind this morning. That I know my thoughts I think about myself are my choice - meaning I can have a good outlook or a crappy one, up to me. And remembering that gratefulness is a choice, too. A good choice at that!
So funny you should mention this, lately my mantra to myself is "I have a choice". And it is so amazing how wonderful it is to remind myself of this over and over again throughout the day. It has definitely made huge changes in some parts of my life.
Lovely! I'm grateful for the snow peas I have growing against the fence and sweet peas waiting to be planted and we have more rain coming. Happy. xxoo
I can just imagine how lovely it all looks Julie, enjoy it all and that rain. xo
A rainy afternoon and opportunities to make a living doing the things I love....
Oh that is good, so satisfying to make a living doing the things we love. I have a mentor who once told me to figure out what I love to do and then figure out how to make money doing it. And you know, I have held many different jobs over the years and they all stem from things I love to do. Enjoy Meryl.
I think that learning to say no when you've reached your limit is so important! :) I'm grateful for having my mom in town to help me out for a few days. For all the time i get sew and work on creative things just for me!
Totally agree with you on that one KC. How nice to have your mom in town, I can just imagine how much more you get done with the extra set of hands to keep your girls occupied :) Enjoy!