#GrannySays

For myself, I’m VERY grateful that my health is still improving a little bit every day, and that my family is ALL well and happy. Now it’s your turn: you are officially invited to share what YOU are grateful for today, and in doing so, perhaps inspire others to think about the good things in their lives.Β 

Happy Freya’s Day, Everyone!

37 thoughts on “#GrannySays

    • You have truly mastered the art of recognizing all you have to be grateful for, Harmony. When we remind ourselves to do that, life becomes so much better. Sending you love and healing wishes, and many new blessings in your life! πŸ€— ❀

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      • PS, you reminded me of another thing I can add to my ever-growing list: my author and blogging friends! OH, how grateful I am for them!! They (including you, Dear Heart) make every day easier and more fun! More instructive, too, as I continually learn from them.

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    • Wonderful, Sharon. And you’ve mentioned two more things I’m also grateful for. Mobility (even with using a cane at times) and MOST (if not all of my senses.) Thank for two excellent points. and thanks for stopping by! πŸ™‚ ❀

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  1. I’m grateful that I live in a country where I don’t know what it’s like to not have food when I’m hungry or clean water to drink when I’m thirsty. I’m grateful for still having friends I knew nearly 60 years ago and for all the new ones – such as yourself – who I’ve found through my writing. I’m also grateful for all the laughter that I find in these blogs.
    And I’m grateful that you’ve survived Covid, Marcia, and are making a good recovery. ❀ πŸ™‚ ❀

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    • Thanks so much, Trish, and a very excellent list, I might add. Taking note, here, and adding some of these to my own list, too, as a reminder going forward. Thanks for taking part today! πŸ€—πŸ’—

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    • Amen to that, John! You and me both, and I never, ever take it for granted.

      Thanks so much for stopping by and adding that to the list. It’s way too easy to forget, sometimes. 😊 πŸ‘

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    • Yes to that blessing 100 times over, Darlene! Our blogging community is one of the best things EVER! It’s on my list, too! 😊 Thanks so much for stopping by and sharing that with us, and long may we be able to enjoy our friends from all parts of the world! πŸ€— ❀

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    • A great list, Joan, and something we need to remind ourselves to say “thank you” for every day! It’s easy to take what we have (and who we love) for granted in this hectic-paced world we live in. Thanks so much for stopping by and reminding us! πŸ€— ❀

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    • 😁 Those little things that make you happy count too, Craig! I’d love to have a fruit tree in my yard, and be able to pick fresh fruit each morning. πŸ˜€ Problem is, Granny Smith apples don’t grow here in Florida, and that’s what I’d want. Still … I’m very thankful for my garden as a whole, even though it’s not yet back to anything like its former glory, because it is beautiful all year long! Just as colorful in December as it is in June, and always a spot for peace and relaxation.

      Enjoy your fresh pear, my friend, and thanks for reminding us that gratitude can extend beyond the bigger, more obvious things. It can be found in our lives everywhere, if we take a moment to look! πŸ€—

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  2. As crazy as it may sound, I am grateful to be alive at this time. Despite the world’s chaos and turmoil, I am on such a peaceful and fulfilling spiritual journey. For that, I am more than grateful! And I’m grateful that you are feeling better! Hugs!

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    • Thank you for your kind words, Jan. I’m hanging in there, so far. πŸ™‚ And I’m grateful to be alive, too, especially with all the turmoil and illness around us today. I’m glad you are on a fulfilling and peaceful journey, and that you feel gratitude in your heart for the experience. That’s a wonderful thing! Thanks so much for stopping by and sharing your thoughts. 😊 ❀

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    • Thanks, Diana. Happily, my family is doing well so far, and hopefully will continue to do so. I’m getting better, but decided today I’m simply not ready for “prime time,” so I cancelled my two September talks. I want to be a bit farther along, especially energy-wise, before I tackle those. (Not creeping around like an invalid, with occasional bouts of coughing.) But I’m improving every day and grateful for that.

      And I love your list! So glad to know you are blessed with good weather, family you love, your books, and … tada! … your beach umbrella! 😁 That presents a great picture of you, relaxing under it with a glass of iced tea and a wonderful book in hand. Yes! All things to be grateful for, definitely. Thanks for stopping by today and taking a moment to share! πŸ€— ❀

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        • Thanks so much. Yes, it can take a long time to get completely over, and apparently, the immense fatigue is the worst thing with the milder versions, and the last symptom to disappear. But I know how lucky I am to have fared this well, so I’m still smiling. Looking forward to getting my life back again, though, for sure. πŸ˜€ Especially my talks, and writing. I seem to have trouble concentrating on that very long, but I’ll make it happen. I’ve got another story or two to tell, by golly! πŸ˜€ ❀

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            • AW, thanks so much, Lynda! What kind words, and so VERY appreciated, believe me! I’ll take all the hugs and prayers you can spare, and eventually, I’ll be back up to speed around here. In the meantime, I promise to do as much as I can without overtiring myself. And you please take good care of yourself, too, and stay healthy! I’m very grateful for your support and encouragement, my friend! πŸ˜€ ❀

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    • I’m trying not to be green with envy, Yvette. I have not seen another human face in six weeks, other than my husband! I miss my friends terribly, and I’m glad you know what a blessing it is to have had a chance to visit with yours. Yay for you, and I hope you get to see each other again soon!

      Thanks for stopping by and adding to the ever-growing list of things we should all be grateful for. πŸ™‚ ❀

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