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Post 105 – Gratitude – Mind Travel

I am grateful for my imagination and for that of my friend “Lor”. Loraine and I have decided to paddle to Finland. We aren’t just willy-nilly with our plans, coming up with some hair-brained idea without careful planning. We want … Continue reading

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Post 104 – Gratitude – A four-year-old

I am grateful for four-year-olds, not just any four-year-old, but Linden to be specific. I am currently in British Columbia helping my grandson transition into kindergarten. My daughter is a single mom and we had the resources for me to … Continue reading

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Post 103 – Gratitude – Daughters

I am grateful for my daughters. I lied in bed the night before last, waiting, knowing it was the last night of our visit, the last night of my children returning to the nest so I could pretend they had … Continue reading

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Post 102 – Gratitude – Jason Bateman

I am grateful for Jason Bateman. I love Jason Bateman. Well, I don’t love love him, but I love the character he is in all his movies and I like to think, and I do so with reasonable certainty, that … Continue reading

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Post 101 – Gratitude – Winnie the Pooh

I am grateful for the wisdom of a bear, a very wise bear. My father called me Winnie Pooh when I was little, dropping “the” so as not to be accused of violating copyright laws. I’m sure that was the … Continue reading

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Post 100 – Gratitude – Full Moons

I am grateful for a full moon. It was a full moon on my birthday, April 29th. My mother used to sing a song to Aimee, my eldest daughter, when Aimee was little. My mother may have adjusted the lyrics … Continue reading

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Post 99 – Gratitude – Car Rides

I am grateful for car rides. Just the other day I was remembering Sunday drives from my childhood, the whole family piled into the car, only a brief argument about who got stuck in the middle. Me. The burden of being … Continue reading

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