Gratefulness= What a gorgeous word in itself. Of course, since the lockdown and even as restrictions are starting ever so slowly to relax a bit, I am grateful to be here during this time. To walk in my yard, and have deep, rich, meaniful conversations with my sons, to check on each other, to really talk and listen to my life partner of almost 50 years, to fill the air with joy that we have this time now to change things for the better. For paying attention-
We care for our a pack ...
We care for our a pack of rescue dogs and help our children out with their dogs, And, I must say the dogs the cats show us every day how they love us, they are in the moment every day when they are playing, they play, resting they rest, eating they eat. And yes, when they are angry or upset they shakie it off, I am ever so grateful for angels in disguise with four feet, It’s a blessing being part of their lives.
I write a gratitude journal every day and each day is different. We continue as a family to take care of one another, do what we can for our neighbors, I am mindful that even though this is hard work, not seeing our family hearing their voices every day checking on each other, these are all gifts along with health, water, food, shelter, sunshine, moonlight, stars, Its a wake up call from Mother Earth if you will reminding us of how lucky we are to be here at this time to be part of this extraordinary event that will no doubt lead us into a gentler way of life, even as turmoil is taking place all around us, we can all send & do our best to stand up for what is right, just, and fair. Gratfeulness is part of the process, as each and every one of us make up this beautiful Earth. To feel gratitude for each other and the gifts that each of us brings to our Earth.
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