A Few Rainy Days? Give Thanks!
I hope you all had a great Saturday. I also hope that you can forgive me for writing a rather short post today.
A Letter for Every Reader
Thank you for being here with us. When I first embarked on the gratitude journey three weeks ago, I was slightly concerned about running out of words, and not being able to keep up with daily posts.
Grateful for Exceptional Customer Services
I hope you had a lovely day. Today, I will keep this post as short as possible since I'm working on an elaborate article separately. I've just taken a short break to write this post before the end of the day.
People, Authority and Power
Thank God for Day 20 of the 30-Day Gratitude Challenge. I hope you had a good day today.
Two Surprises in One Day!
Welcome to another day of the Gratitude Challenge. As you already know, I've chosen to update and write articles daily instead of merely following a plan. Life is so beautiful, and every new day brings a new story of its own.
You are what you think
I hope you all had a great Monday. Today, my thankfulness is a continuation of what happened yesterday.
King of My Heart
Sunday was brilliant. I’m thankful for a lovely day I had, hope you too had a great one. Went to church, the preacher shared a message about knowing who God is, and what he is capable of doing in our lives.
A Birthday Bash to Remember
I hope you’ve all had a beautiful Saturday. Today, I am thankful for the gift of life, and being able to observe how other people from different cultures celebrate it.
Thank God it's Friday!
I hope you all had a great week. Headed straight for the computer the moment I got home. Watched Avengers with the kids this evening, and I'm so impressed by my tolerance skills. Three hours of trying to piece together a storyline I still have no intention of understanding proved to be a task, but I still enjoyed the atmosphere.
Two weeks into the challenge feels fantastic. I'm going to share a poem which I'd never heard of until today. Was chatting with my neighbour and friend over the phone, and she touched on the beauty of 'being present', and lessons learnt in life, now that she's almost 77 years old. She read out the poem which has been stuck on her freezer for years. I loved it so much I had to find it online and share!
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