Gratitudeful – Day 4/34

Gratitudeful to be married to a hard-working, fun-filled, sincere man. Happy that we are building a foundation together. Taking steps together slowly. Learning as we go, failing, winning, growing, living life.

Gratitudeful – Day 3/34

My mind is blank -not many words come. Yet today I know that I am especially gratitudeful for true friends. Those that look out for me, let me go on rants, share joys, fill my life with lots of goodness. You know those friends who want to be with you, just because they do. Yay! I’m remembering to slow down and enjoy them just because they are awesome, and deserve to be treasured.

Gratitudeful – Day 2/34

Happy day two of gratitudeness! I almost didn’t get a chance to sit and write. I was already tottering on the edge, playing with fire! But life happened and I got blessed with someone having an early bed time, and a little piece of silence not common in these parts.

Today was a good day, full and good. I got up early this morning to make breakfast, read as much Bible as my morning eyes could absorb and then go off to the gym. As I left the gym, I was feeling especially thankful for my sweet husband who surprised me with the gym membership and thankful to my sweet God who provided the magnificent clouds in the sky to help me stop and breath in the goodness of the upcoming day.

Gratitudeful – Day 1/34

I want to be more grateful and live with more thought in the moment — Savor the victories, live in the present. I am challenging myself from now to July 31 to be more gratitudeful (my new word) and slow down and enjoy the bubbles in the sink as I was dishes or to enjoy peeling the 16th clove of garlic as I cook dinner.

Today, I will be especially gratitudeful for the small feet that totter about to welcome me each day. 

Dominican Food! :)

One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well. ~Virginia Woolf

Being married to a Dominican has many benefits, and food is one of them! :)

 

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“The secret of life, though, is to fall seven times and to get up eight times.”
― Paulo Coelho, Alchemist

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