29th of Grateful May – post your gratitudes here

29Nearly the end of Grateful May… What are you thankful for today? Tell us in the comments & on the blogs appearing here every day.

Satya writes: Today I am grateful for… your company over the past month. We’re nearing the end… are you running out of things to be grateful for? Or are they appearing all around you?

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29 by Sulamith Sallmann, with gratitude

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13 thoughts on “29th of Grateful May – post your gratitudes here

  1. Franci Louann

    I’m grateful to receive to day my copy of DASH Literary Journal 7 – with my hybrid piece in it!
    The title is THE GUEST LIST. It’s about inviting Fernando Pessoa to dinner.

  2. wallace diskin

    Astonishing how the month has flown by – havebeen off the grid for a few days – I landed in hospital emergency with it appeared a collapsed lung. Fortunately I m now home and while tired feel lots better and I can breathe so there is a lot to be grateful for when thinking I was having a heart attack. So I didn’t have to have surgery or a tube stuck inmy chest to suck the air out. So they will just watch this thing over the next little while.
    I am blessed because I am home to ll sorts of happy birthday wishes (tomorrow) and will expect to just enjoy the day, resting reading enjoying the outside patio if warm enough. And same over the weekend. I am looking forward to no more alarms this year so far has been challenging – but optimism and gratitude will go a long way.

  3. Pamela Niles

    Every day I am grateful for the four-legged furred ones (and all animals, domestic and wild) that have graced my life. There has been no time in my existence that they haven’t been a part of my experience. My mother once said that the family cat would rest her head on my mom’s lap during the months I grew in her womb, the sound of purring being my first lullaby. Throughout my life ten dogs, twenty five cats who I can still name (in order of appearance), several birds and fowl, a couple of turtles, five rabbits, one iguana and even a kangaroo rat have left their imprint on my heart, their stories now treasured memories in my mind, and often written about or told. These beloved beings that we call pets have provided me with many joyful moments, as well as many sorrowful ones. They have been my companions, my secret confidants, my children. I am thankful, and proud, to stand among the animal lovers of this world, and forever will I give my all to protect them from those who are not.

    1. wallace diskin

      Isn’t it wonderful that those furred beings bring so much happiness and bearing the pain of losing them is part of the landscape of living together – when I came home from hospital my two ‘boyze’ as they are known were waiting at the door, tails switching which I take to mean, “and where do you think you have been” ;);) My first concern was them not me. So thank you for your gratitude and love of our ‘other’ people.

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