Treat each day as it comes… smile, be kind, stay positive and end the day being grateful.
My home. My cats. My mom’s warm soft robe.
The ‘wrong’ I can ‘right’ will be in the November election!
With a content smile.
The beauty of Hills Creek State Park, the drive to Key West, Bok Tower, pretty much anyplace in nature:) I appreciate bringing the ‘outdoors’ inside – my daughter and I recently stayed at the Gaylord Palms in Kissimmee Fl and the indoor atriums were absolutely breathtaking.
I’m noticing there are answers from a year ago posted?
Always being grateful. Period.
My quiet peaceful mornings with coffee and my cats looking at this website:) At the end of the work day relaxing at home. I cherish medical marijuana:)
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.
Congrats on that amazing accomplishment!
Same with me. Weeping willows are my favorite and oak trees with Spanish moss. birch trees are gorgeous too.
Sending you healing energy and that your migraines dissipate.
I’m so glad to hear the medical benefits working for you! I work as a Medical Lab Technician for a large cannabis lab. There is so much science now and better testing of the products to ensure transparency and safety of the products available.
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.
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