Hello everyone – I am embarrassed to think that I forgot to be grateful for the last few days. But I am grateful for the temperatures being a little lower, I am grateful to sleep, I am grateful that I can walk and I am grateful for those things I have not remembered today. Thank you all for being in this community and reminding me of the precious moments.
So grateful that i have my daughter, sisters, mom and dad still alive; when there are many who are losing their loved ones at this moment and have lost their own. I am thankful. It helps to read all your reflections too….thank you –
Yes Diane, — I do forget to be grateful for my amazing piano teacher, her kindness, the neighbour who always waves when I go by no matter what he is doing, the kind grocery clerk who is patient and not affected by the difficult temperaments crossing her path. I wish somehow I could give each of those people some extra care or wish without them realising where it came from, — spiritually, – I guess that is through a prayer for them.
Thanks Mike, – I am guessing you meant that message to go to me? The first word is Fork, — wasn’t sure if you meant me or not. But yes, I would love to join the zoom meeting Sunday 25th. 11am is 8am Pacific Time -I think.
I am grateful for not having to work today – and grateful for the good people in this world.
I appreciate all of your wonderful prayers and thoughts and encouragement for her and her son. I am not there physically near her so I can’t see what’s happening but I can keep faith that she’s feeling the support from all around.
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