I’m grateful to still be alive after so many deadly adventures.
I;m grateful for the ability to read. I’m reading about the universe. I read about the Big Bang which not everybody believes in, but maybe God chose to create the universe that way. What if we get to Heaven and find out that He did?
When I was in the coma a lot of people prayed for me. God did the real work that made me conscious again. .He did that again last month when I had a seizure.
Yes, I was in Heart Art when it was offered. Unfortunately, I don’t have any art from that class. I remember doing a picture of Zeus in a class called Mythology.
Due to the coronavirus the North Fourth Art Center has shut down for three weeks.
My faith. It says the sufferers are created by God, and He doesn’t create anything that’s ugly. If the suffering’s ugly, the sufferers made it ugly.
I had a brief episode of unconsciousness recently.
The news confuses me. I’d much rather have the world be more grateful than whatever it is now. We’d have peace if it were. We don’t need war.
Apparently there are groups in the non-digital world called gratefulness groups. I think of this lounge as a gratefulness group. Besides, that helps me since I need help to get out of my house.
I remember Gratitude dancing with me. She’s not afraid of my wheelchair. She knows she has no need to be, and I’m extremely grateful for that.
My birthday’s coming up on February 16. I’ll be 48.
I haven’t met any new people in a while.
Reading, typing, and watching TV.
I could do a “click to donate” thing if I could find one.
I read a magazine that I’m extremely grateful for today. It’s Guideposts. I subscribe to the large print edition.
Life. Even though it’s not fair, it feels great to be alive. God has kept me alive after I almost died many times.
My physical disability can be challenging, but it makes me gentle. It also gives me a more open mind to things most people would probably call impossible.
I’m grateful for Pocket. That’s a website that makes articles and blogs easier for people with poor vision to read. My vision’s so poor that I need to go up to the screen to read it.
I taught myself how to read when I was 4. Apparently there was a guy who made a judgment about me because he saw my disability. He told my parents I’d never be able to read when I was reading a book outside his office the whole time!
I appreciated my dental appointment.
I never heard of Ursula’s Prayer Tuesday. What is it?
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