Day 2396: Choose to focus on good things

Yesterday, a good friend chose to send me this good thing to focus on:



It’s a good thing that soolooka created that, so that Vivian could send it to me exactly when I needed it.

Let’s choose to focus on good things in my photos from yesterday:





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I chose to focus on that donkey last night during a good long walk with Michael and Aaron. I chose to focus on its expression and to share that the good donkey looked a little judgmental to me.  My good boyfriend and my good son chose to disagree.

I choose to focus on this: civil disagreement is a good thing.

I choose to focus on this great rendition of a good song:

Here‘s the original version of that good song:

Choose to focus on good things in a comment, below.

I always choose to focus on gratitude at the end of every post, so thanks to all who helped me focus on the good things here and — of course! —  to you, my good reader.


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24 thoughts on “Day 2396: Choose to focus on good things

  1. Life becomes more easy to live, when we choose to focus on good things, Ann πŸ™‚

  2. Another excellent painted portrait

  3. I’m here enjoying opening a birthday package from my cousin, niece and grand-nieces, in Philadelphia… What a truly glorious surprise to be focusing on….!Asumt4cZ9A65hJ8RKN6Iqb0fGi6rog

  4. I do think I can spot a resemblance between you and the person shown to the right of the Carl Jung action figure, Ann.

  5. When we can’t focus on the good things because we have to focus on something else, we can keep good things in our peripheral vision.

    I hope you have a good day!

  6. I focus on smiling. It is far less stressful than frowning, and much easier to do!

  7. even out of focus
    this is good, Ann!
    pat metheny, too,
    nice πŸ™‚

  8. Carl Jung action figure? What does it do? You pull a string then lie on the couch for $300/HR?

  9. I always try to focus on the good, not always easy but I try

  10. I’m glad I chose to focus here today πŸ’›

  11. It appears that while you walked past that donkey that may or may not be judgmental there were a few stars visible through the clouds. Stars, of course, remind us to keep looking up.

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