By doing little things … changing from plastic grocery bags to the reusable ones, stop using plastic utensils – get a set of bamboo ones, recycle, watch your water/electric, donate (if possible) to charities you care about, donate blood/plasma/platelets. random acts of kindness:)
Thank God for texting and face timing … my one daughter moved to Hawaii and I am able to continue keeping in touch with her with today’s technologies. No matter the distance always communicate:)
I think it’s important to share being grateful.
Simply by being open to it when the opportunity arises:)
Halloween, full moons, willow trees, spanish moss, castles, nature, witchcraft.
For the most part, I am an outspoken person – sometimes no filter. I can’t think of any deep convictions I have not given voice to.
By offering a hug! Today is National Hugging Day!
January 21, 2020 – NATIONAL HUGGING DAY
By making sure to vote in November election. Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day everyone. Peace.
me, myself and I.
I think old stories can be released but not just once – so as to not forget. Stories of President Kennedy being assassinated, 911, all the damn school/mass shootings. Those are the negative ones, but old stories have positive ones too of course. I believe the key is to remember and not forget and for the bad ones to move on with lessons learned.
It’s sad that our world is not equitable and peaceful. As a lesbian I have been to pride parades where I’ve seen the hate spewd at us. I can continue to represent so that ALL groups can live in peace and be equal.
Depends on who is receiving the ‘words with intention’ … no matter how honest and truthful one might be the receiver may react/reflect differently then you anticipated.
It makes my heart smile. It gives you faith in humanity.
I appreciate the delicious homemade pumpkin bread my step mother made for me. I appreciate the lasting tastes of fall and look forward to it again next year. I appreciate and am grateful for this website. I love that it has become my morning routine for over a year now. Lastly, I appreciate an Irish proverb “Do not resent growing old. Many are denied the privilege”.
I love that song too! I go back between heavy metal and the Grateful Dead, lol.
Thank you for your post. There’s a simple saying “to each their own” 🙂
My work just had an active shooter training class. Never thought I would ever have that kind of training. The world is so different now and much scarier.
Enjoy your vacation! Beautiful picture you painted for us:)
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