Happy Easter! Before I start in on my gratitude list for the week, I thought I’d entertain you with a little blast from the past: my sister and I in our Easter dresses – and me in my oh-so-fluffy Easter perm – sometime back in the 1970s. Well, at least my sister was adorable!
Hope you’ll join me in this week’s Gratitude Linkup!
(If you’d like a bit of background on why I started the Gratitude Linkup, check out this post.)
How to get involved in the Gratitude Linkup
- Write and post an entry in your own blog containing your gratitude list for a moment in time.
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My Gratitude List
In no particular order, here is my own gratitude list for this moment in time. I hope that after reading it you’ll go on to write and share your own!
- My family and my upbringing.
- The discovery of yet another amazing ethnic restaurant with my group of friends, and the fun of introducing it to Peter a few days later.
- Thrift stores.
- My blog with its many opportunities and possibilities, and the friends and connections I’ve made through it.
- Our house with all of its space, features, and potential.
- Local farmers, and knowing where our food comes from.
- The Canadian three-sometimes-four-day Easter weekend.
- A thought-provoking saying I stumbled across on Instagram: “You may not like your options, but you always have a choice.”
- Getting ahead of schedule.
- Looking forward to enjoying Easter dinner with friends at our place.
- Lightness into the evening.
- Achieving a reasonably clean house.
- Delicious restaurant leftovers for the next day’s meal.
- Efficient and timely tech support.
- OK, this is a little silly – but I’m grateful that the fingernail I lost (read: completely ripped off down to the nail bed) in a Christmas holiday luggage mishap has now mostly grown back and is presentable enough that I no longer need to cover it with a band-aid whenever I leave the house! Sometimes it’s the little things.