Day 3508: What’s worth celebrating

Last night on Twitter I asked, “What’s worth celebrating?”

The answers I’m getting are worth celebrating. What’s worth celebrating in my images for today?

Here’s what I find on YouTube when I search for “what’s worth celebrating.”

I also find this:

Thanks to all the wonderful people out there who are worth celebrating, including YOU!

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13 thoughts on “Day 3508: What’s worth celebrating

  1. I am thankful for the rain that’s falling on our thirsty yard this morning, Ann.

  2. I think that moving to be near the water was a good move for you. I noticed that a lot of your photos are of water. I always love them.

  3. Every day we’re here is worth celebrating.

  4. What a great question! I didn’t ask exactly that, but I think we were channeling the same vibe when I wrote my recent blog. I talked about the things of joy keeping me in the moment. Young tiny humans. Dogs. Friends.

  5. waking up each day is worth celebrating.

  6. When I found out about the house that was destroyed with all of the woman’s mementos over the weekend (Anne Heche carwreck), my heart broke for that woman. A lifetime of mementos means so much to me. Some things just can’t be replaced. As to what is worth celebrating today…the rain. We’ve been in the second driest drought recorded for our area Dallas/Ft. Worth area of Texas (well over 60 days) and today, we didn’t have one, but two really good rain storms at our home. It also brought relief from 100 plus degree weather we’ve been having. So, gratefully, this was a wonderful gift! Mona

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