Day 1816: Finding gratitude

No matter what’s happening in the world, I’m finding gratitude somewhere and somehow.

Here and now, I’m easily finding gratitude because my son is coming home for the holidays. I’ll be finding him at the airport tonight.

Yesterday, I was finding gratitude at a medical center.

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I was also finding gratitude when I saw these other images yesterday.

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I’m finding this song on YouTube when I search for “finding gratitude”:

 

I’ll be finding gratitude if I find comments from you below, because

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Of course, I’m finding gratitude for all who helped me create today’s post and for YOU.

 

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23 thoughts on “Day 1816: Finding gratitude

  1. Thank you (x a lot) for your wonderful posts

  2. I am so happy to hear that Aaron is on his way home. I hope you have a wonderful holiday together, with a sunny overlook and no pesky germs.

  3. I’ve suddenly found gratitude that happiness is contagious. Your happiness that Aaron is coming home tonight has spread to me. I’ll be even more grateful if I can pass that on.

  4. I too am grateful that my son will be home tomorrow for the holidays. I can’t wait to spend time with him. I’m also grateful for inspirational people like you. Have a wonderful Christmas:-)

  5. Welcome home Aaron! I’m so grateful that there still so much to be grateful for 💕
    For example, imported toilet paper from China with DJT’s face on it has sold old because of the high demand. I would be even more grateful however, if they had more in stock!

  6. Beautiful post of gratefulness for this special holidays
    LOVE ❤
    mICHEL

  7. I’m grateful that you’re having a perfect Christmas. Enjoy your special holidays.

  8. I’m inspired by and grateful for your blog!

  9. I really love the beautiful art on the medical posters, Ann. I’m thrilled for you that your son is home for the holidays, and with that in mind I’m sure you’ll have a very happy Christmas! 🙂

  10. Have a lovely time with Aaron

  11. Christmas is close Anne, and I just want to thank you for sharing your world with me this past year. Adore the things that catch your attention and camera. So glad your son is home for the holidays, as family and friends is what makes the holidays special. Best wishes- JoHanna

  12. Reblogged this on DigiThanks.

  13. Thanks Ann for for inspiring and teaching me through your writing. 🙂 ❤

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