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Giraffe Journal

and/or website ... Labyrinth Journal
both self-hosted at WordPress
where I publish as myself
rather than under a
pseudonym.

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Hugs and blessings,


Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Day 16 Reflecting on my Day with Gratitude (My Sacred Life)

This evening I'm grateful ...
--my body seems to have fought off a cold successfully
--my health is much improved this evening
--my Bookmarks are organized finally
--I've learned some useful lessons along the way
--Annie at Journey Through Life visited Small Reflections this morning and told me about Google Reader & where to find it
--I've found & figured out how to use GR so it's up & running
--With GR I'm able to read Talking Bear's thought-provoking posts
--GR led me to Olivia's post about the Gratitude Dance at Happy Luau
--Christina at Lulu's Good Thoughts shared Gabriella's Song
--Mother of Invention shares From the Soul Within at "Spilling Out"
--I figured out how to add links to all three here in this post
--I've added links on the left side panel just below My Profile also
--I'm learning how to use YouTube at last!
--My hair is curly again!
--Lee gave me a new perm this afternoon
--I'm all set for the next six weeks
--I'll visit again for a trim before the Christmas holidays :)
--I used my 20% off coupon to buy myself new sheets
--Costco has Starbuck's Winter Blend coffee beans already ;)
--my sister & her husband have met up with my two best friends & their husbands on the East Coast and are the three couples are happily RVing together for a couple of weeks
--I harvested about 5 dozen Satsuma tangerines today and will share these yummy delights with friends & neighbors tomorrow
--the lemons and limes will be ripe soon
--there was one avocado on the tree this year and it's now ripening in a brown bag on my kitchen counter
--Carla added this site to the Sacred Life blogroll
--magpie-girl has welcomed me graciously to the Small is Beautiful revolution added both of my sites to their blogroll
--to be learning new things and meeting new people in the Blogosphere every day
--I'm able to share what I'm learning here with you.
Life IS good indeed!
I hope you'll check out some of the links for yourself!
Enjoy ...
Hugs and blessings to all!

8 comments:

Mother of Invention said...

I love your positive attitude! I used to do a thing every day on the PA in my elementary school called, "Gratitude Attitude" where the kids would take turns saying something they were thankful for each day. I started it by saying I was really grateful for Frederick Banting and his discovery of insulin because all the kids knew I was diabetic.

There was a whole movement in the States called Gratitude and "G" was their symbol. I did this when I ws really sick and it helped me focus on the positives. (I have a myriad of health gunk!)

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Storyteller, you have perhaps the best collection of quotes ever in your sidebar. It's very hard to leave here.

I'm very glad that you've decided to blog because your site is as steadying as meditation, and keeps the focus on those things that are truly important and beneficial to life.

Namaste.

storyteller said...

Thank you for your lovely feedback. You've made my day! Long a "closeted writer" I've taken the plunge at last. So far ... so good. I'm alive and well ... learning all the time ... meeting interesting and kind folks in this Virtual World. I'm glad you stopped by left a comment.
Hugs and blessing,

Sacred Suzie said...

Thank you so much for letting us here all of these positive things in your life. It's neat to hear about the lemons and limes! I heard they were winter fruits but I still find that interesting.

I'll have to also check out Google Reader! I'm lucky to live in a place that seems to have all the neat things of the 50s like hundreds of trick or treaters, LOL.

Talking Bear said...

ST, thank you for you kind words toward my blog. I love how you keep the positives in front of you. TB

storyteller said...

Suzie,
Thanks for stopping by and adding your observations. If you need a link to GR, I can share the one Annie gave me. This is one useful tool that I'm sure you'll love as much as I do.

As for Trick or Treaters, I miss the old days, but it's nice to not have that candy around the house.

TB,
I'm so glad you lumbered out of Sleepy Bear Hollow, found your way here ... looked around and enjoyed what you found enough to leave a comment. As for the finding the positives, my friends sometimes tease me saying if they gave me a shovel I'd dig through a pile of shit in search of a pony. :)
Maybe I would.

Thanks also for your patience with me through all those emails coping with my confusions. I'm doing better all the time with a little help ... (humming as I post this).
Hugs and blessings,

Annelisa said...

May every day be as happy as this one for you!

storyteller said...

Annelisa -- what a lovely wish. Thanks for stopping by and leaving your comment here. Actually I find most days my gratitude list overflows abundantly! Life is good and I am blessed.
Hugs and blessings to you and yours,