Category Archives: GRATITUDE

Gratitude – Post 109 – Poetry

I am grateful for poetry. I am not sure poetry can be taught. We can be taught to arrange words together that rhyme, just the same as we can be taught to play the notes we see on a sheet … Continue reading

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Gratitude – Post 108 – Christmas Remembering

I am grateful for Christmas memories. ‘Tis the season of remembering and though we get caught up in shopping and decorating and baking, the remembering is the best part for me. I was digging through my box of decorations last … Continue reading

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Gratitude – Post 107 – Christmas Baking

I am grateful for my butter tarts; or I used to be. The holiday season is here and you know what that means … lists. I have lots of lists this time of year. My Christmas Baking list is a … Continue reading

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Post 106 – Gratitude – My Neighbour’s Arm

I am grateful for my neighbour’s arm; his right arm to be precise. Let me explain. I was thinking about the concept of aging. It’s subtle; tends to sneak up on us and if it weren’t for mirrors, most of … Continue reading

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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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