I’m grateful to still be alive after so many deadly adventures.
It’s one without any problems. I believe that was God’s original intention for Earth.
There”s a priest named Father Mark Goring who says the world has gone bonkers. I understand what he’s talking about, but we should all keep ourselves sane. Nobody’s insane on this website, and we can all be grateful for that. I know people who are insane are still human, so I’m not trying to insult them by saying they aren’t. That would make me bonkers!
Peace and deep thinking.
I find out that it’s not so bad. It might even be educational.
I tried filling out the survey tonight, but on the second page it said I answered the ball and bat question with an invalid format even though I put 10. I put 10 cents when it did it again. Apparently the format was still invalid. I didn’t know hoe to finish the survey.
I drew this bow tie today.
I was grateful to go to a picnic yesterday. I didn’t need to wear a mask. Sometimes I felt like those things did more harm than good. I have bad breath, and I felt like I was breathing on myself before I was vaccinated.
Have I missed any Zoom meetings?
Today I called sin a spiritual disability. I don’t know whether or not that’s right, but I was told everybody has a disability. I spent years figuring it out.
I wan an art award called the Roo.
This is the front.
I plan to go to the Gratefulness Zoom meeting in a few minutes. I’ll see you there!
I noticed that a lot of books have cuss words. I’m NOT grateful for that, but at least they only take a second to read.
Every time I have a birthday I turn that age for the first time.
It just helps me see that not everything is as it seems. When you have a bad day, remember that it’s only your mind that makes it seem bad. All of your days are really good because you’re alive,
It feels great!
Believe it or not, once a woman told me to get out. Instead of fighting I just turned around. That solved everything. Well, almost. She still seemed mad at the male gender.
Yes. I felt like a post-apocalyptic Oscar the Grouch.
It didn’t seem that long to me. I just went back to read my book until I saw myself on my computer. That took only about a page.
I saw it. It’s great!
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