Day 3192: National Day of Forgiveness

Today, according to the USA National Day Calendar, is the National Day of Forgiveness.

Not knowing this, I coincidentally tweeted this yesterday:

Forgive me for making up the word “Guiltmo,” which means a self-imposed prison of guilt.

Forgive me for hastily creating today’s blog post, as I need to leave soon for my one-day-a-week in-person psychotherapy work at a Boston medical center. Do you see forgiveness in any of my other images for today?

Please forgive me, Daily Bitch, for having a personal chef (my husband Michael). I’m forgiving myself for forgetting to take a picture of the delicious veggie stroganoff he made for us last night.

I find forgiveness in this beautiful music by Beethoven:

How are you going to celebrate this National Day of Forgiveness?

I am grateful for every day I get to celebrate with forgiving people, including YOU.

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19 thoughts on “Day 3192: National Day of Forgiveness

  1. OK, today I wave bye to Guiltmo. Thank you, Ann.

  2. I’m not sure the new cat has forgiven you for the cone. Lots of lovely photos, though…

  3. To me, Joan seems to be looking healthier.

  4. Leon D Fairbanks

    Music in my head right now: “Can you kiss me more”

  5. Debbie T

    Your calendar omitted “Debbie’s husband’s birthday” for today.

  6. Carla Coco

    I see forgiveness in Joan’s pictures/ Have a nice day, Ann

  7. I hope Harley has forgiven you for bringing Joan into the household.

  8. I have forgiven myself for not doing everything I think I can do in a day when it doesn’t get done. life is short

  9. Forgiving oneself is often hardest

  10. I see that lately ‘letting go’ is used more often than ‘forgiving’.

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