It’s already time for another Saturday Gratitude post! How can that be?
Here is my list of what I’m grateful for as this week draws to a close. I’d love it if you’d join me if you’re so inclined!
1) Being reminded that support shows up in many ways, and that true support is not necessarily about having lots of it (quantity support), but the right kind of support — the kind that feels, well, deeply supportive! (Quality support!)
And when I began to focus on the fact that I already have quality support in my life, it actually began to feel like massive quantities of support. (If support is an issue for you right now, you might want to check out my previous posts on support, here and here.)
2) Old things that feel like new things. Like my Oscar the Grouch slippers, which I rediscovered while cleaning out my closet. As soon as I saw them there, I thought, how could I have forgotten about these? And they went on my feet immediately. Not only do they make me happy, but: permission to be grouchy! Which, sometimes, I truly need.
3) Coffee, tea, candles, and sweaters. So many small (and inexpensive) ways to add warmth to a winter that feels terribly long. Oh, and let’s not forget the best one: cats on laps!
What are you grateful for this week? Feel free to share if it feels good to you.
4 thoughts on “Saturday Gratitude #3”
Working with others to really clean a place.
A magical moment this morning.
I love those, Fredrica! Thanks for joining me. 🙂
I love this idea for a series. This week one thing I was grateful for was the ability to meet my sisters for coffee midweek, all thanks to my new flexible work-from-home lifestyle. (Still working on the time management, though – heh.)
Nice, Ellen! Meeting your sisters AND flexible days are wonderful things. Thank you for sharing! 🙂 (I work from home, too, and time management is indeed a challenge.)
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