I am growing in my ability to bring focus to the things that I am grateful for. I look forward to learning from others.
I’m sorry for not having responded sooner. As you know, I had a bad migraine. If I’d have known that, I would have waited a week to “visit.”
So now, I think I will stay for a week or so, so I can catch up without interruption. 🙂
I have had a stubborn migraine the last day and a half, so haven’t been able to respond to some posts; that I wanted to. Today was to be my last day of “drop” in time. I’d like to stay through Tuesday so I can have a little more contact and honor what people have written. Tonight I am still kind of weak, so I will resume tomorrow. I have really enjoyed catching up.
Write more tomorrow! Love to all!
Hi all, I will extend my “visit” through Monday. Had a stubborn migraine all day, so I couldn’t look at the computer screen. Sorry if you thought I’d left earlier than I said I would.
A couple of other things I have to be thankful for. I lost 25 lbs. from the time I was in AZ until now. I had 3o more lbs until I reach my goal.
I have developed 3 one-one-one penpals from my poetry group. One of my poems is getting published in a group project one the website.
And my depression disappeared in AZ, and I’ve been holding my own quite well; since coming back to NH.
I think these are all the other accomplishment; except my apartment being more organized and less cluttered. That really helps.
Tomorrow will by last day writing, until I pop-in for a check again.
To all those here in the gratitude lounge; (those I know and those I do not know) and staff and Father David. I thank you that I have good memories of this group, and still enjoy reading some of the articles.
With love and best wishes to every on your gratitude journey. This is a beautiful place to be an “alumni and I am grateful that I can check in and see how everyone is doing, from time to time. :).
This is very lovely. I enjoyed it. Thank you.
Thanks to you, Manda! <3
Thank you so much, Diane. <3
Thank you, Ursula, for remembering that I had a migraine. That is so lovely; with all you have going on. I hope your son feels better soon. 🙂
I DID go to that museum. I loved the pottery and all the paintings; except the children. They were too “cute” for me. But the OTHER stuff and the outdoor garden with all the interesting sculptures! I love old rusty things!
Yes, and that invitation is sincere. Hold onto this, in case, for some reason, you are not here when I “pop” in again. I should be moved by next December, at the latest. email@example.com. Of course, if you can’t or don’t want to come it’s fine. Don’t want to sound too presumptuous. 🙂
Love the purple heart. Thanks!
Thank you so much, Juan. Nice to hear from you; even though we don’t know each other. Blessings, Debbie
Hi Kevin, It’s lovely to see your face again. I saved your e-mail address, and may contact your in the future, to ask for support about my move. Although it’s the best thing in the world for me, moves are still scary.
How is your dog? Sorry, I forgot her name. Are you still learning lessons from your four-legged child? 🙂
Hi Diane, When I get there, your are welcome to come visit anytime; as a reprieve from winter, and as a connection. I mean this seriously. I’ll send my e-mail and phone number when I get there!!
PS: I still keep my laundry in my kitchen cabinet. Ingenious idea. I pull it out a little at a time. Makes more space for me. 🙂
Thank you, Pilgrim. I think I am on the cusp of a whole new life; with a sense of well-being!
Yes, Manda, I’ve saved your phone number, and hope to meet you in person when I get back there. 🙂
So happy for your response and congratulations. I have been working hard on myself. Thank you, Ursula. 🙂
Hi Anna, I miss hearing how you word things. It always brought joy to my heart. It’s nice to pop-in here to check in. 🙂
Hi Diane, Nice to “hear” you, and see your icon. Spring is almost here. Isn’t it wonderful?!
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