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Day 94 - 100 Days of Gratitude

Monday, January 09, 2017

Watching my 100 days trickle down, I had the thought that my last few entries of Gratitude should be less mundane and more meaningful, but what I have to be grateful for trends toward the every-day little things. Today I was telling a co-worker that I try to challenge my memory (which has never been phenomenal, but is now getting worse by the year :) Last night I put my homemade "lunch soup" in the freezer --just to let it get super cold; I told myself to remember to take it out before I went to bed. Well, once again, I lost that challenge. I remembered the hard-frozen soup this morning and now have it sitting on my desk thawing. I am grateful that I see these little failings of age as a new adventure to deal with, and can only laugh at my shortcomings. Doesn't depress me a bit--I'm alive, and I'm enjoying life!
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    I am with you on the "I'm alive, and enjoying life", me too!!!!
    1304 days ago
  • LYNCHD05
    We all do that so you are not alone. I think gratitude is being appreciative of your life in general just like you have done. Yes, we big events happen and all is good we are very grateful but life is everyday and we have to learn to appreciate these moments in our life. You have done an awesome job and I am sure it has not been easy......
    I am contemp,sting doing it but think about all the company I will be having I. The next few months and not sure if I can commit. You inspire me so I am thinking about it
    1304 days ago
    You, my dear, have an AWESOME attitude. You inspire me every single day. I hope you continue to post to 200 days (at least!) You start my day off on the right food...every time.
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