It’s such a trite saying: have an “attitude of gratitude.”
Still, it’s a lot to consider. We really do have a choice to be happy or miserable. Being happy largely begins with gratitude.
There’s so much to be thankful for. I’ve got two cats curled up by my back, one on either side of me. It’s warm in my house. The terrible storm of the past two days is past and the sun came out a little while ago with a vengeance, as if to more than make up for the nor’easter that nearly flooded our area.
Drowning Creek didn’t come up to the road, thanks to the hard work done several years ago by the Corps of Engineers; it is stretched out almost a quarter mile in either direction of the bridge, though, I noticed on my way to Mass this morning.
It’s Thanksgiving weekend. I’ll be singing this weekend with the NC Symphony in their wonderful Holiday Pops concert. This year Grant Llewellyn is directing – a joy in itself.
I have been blessed with some of the most delightful and wonderful friends a woman ever had.
this is just the beginning of my list…
God bless and keep you all!