Day 3385: A circle of caring

Yesterday, I saw this card about a circle of caring:

I believe that a circle of caring surrounds me here and elsewhere, as I circle around my life. And as a group therapist, I strongly believe in the healing power of circles of caring.

Because today is a Monday holiday in my home state of Massachusetts, I get to experience another circle of self care before I work again tomorrow.

Do you see circles of caring in my other images for today?

The National Day Calendar doesn’t list Patriots’ Day, probably because there’s such a small circle of U.S. states caring about that.

Here’s what I find on YouTube when I search for “a circle of caring.”

I look forward to a circle of caring in the comments section, below.

A circle of caring and gratitude to all who are in my circle of caring, including YOU!

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13 thoughts on “Day 3385: A circle of caring

  1. Happy Patriots Day, Ann! May the runners in Boston and all Red Sox fans enjoy a beautiful day.

  2. The circle of caring I missed the most during the pandemic was THE HUG! 🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗

  3. There’s a lot of truth to the saying that what you give you get back in return, so it’s not surprising you found yourself in a circle of caring because you care so much for others.

  4. the circle is my very favorite shape and for so many reasons but I see it as life. all the caring within,is one reason.

  5. Debbie T

    I especially love today’s sky and water photos.

  6. Joan is adorable, and anyone with a love for animals has established my favorite circle of caring. 🙂

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