A few years ago, I read an excerpt from a book called 365 Thank Yous: The Year a Simple Act of Daily Gratitude Changed My Life by John Kralik.
The author was finishing the worst year of his life in 2007 and through a series of events decided to write a different thank you note each day for a year. The experience changed his life.
Since I have decided to jump back into reading this year I have made sure I am not without a book to read each night. Either one chapter a day or 10 pages whichever comes first and my attention span holds out on. Right before Thanksgiving I finished a book so I decided to read the entire book this year over the Thanksgiving holiday. It seemed like an appropriate choice for the holiday. Continue reading
Reasons why Thanksgiving deserves more attention:
10. It sometimes comes with a bonus holiday for work. A FOUR DAY weekend. Can’t kick on that. Even Christmas is a one day package. Continue reading
This is not the road
I would have chosen to walk.
It is wearing me out,
pushing all I have to the limit. Continue reading
Imagine you know your enemy is on the move. You know they are coming toward your community. You know they will kill you and your family. What do you do?
Prepare for combat? Run and hide? Those really seem like the only options, don’t they? Either there will be an epic battle or you become hunted prey. What other choice could there be?
Last month, my sister NJ challenged me on Facebook to do one of those “… a day” posts. You know, when you are supposed to post something daily regarding a certain theme. For this one, my task was to list three things a day I’m grateful for. Even though I tend to be on FB daily (shhh), I don’t like having to come up with something theme related every day. So, I did it in one big chunk. And since it fit with this week’s theme and since I have nothing else ready for today, I’m sharing it here with you also. Like the idea and want to do your own list? Go right ahead.
Let us gather together
as long as we are able
so throw a log on the fire
while we sit ‘round the table
Ahead of that big
ol’ season of the gimme
we get to be thankful
for what we have already.