Welcome to another installment of my Sunday morning gratitude practice. Grateful isn’t something you are or aren’t. It’s an accessible practice to all. It doesn’t require mooshy feelings or stellar circumstances. And thank goodness for that, as I’m a pessimistic creature with a lot of challenges on my plate!
My gratitude practice is two-fold. Throughout my weeks, I take snapshots of the good stuff. Then on Sundays, I make those pictures into a collage, and reflect on what’s working well in my life. That’s it!
One morning this week I woke up, lifted the shade, and gasped. A hot air balloon in a bright blue sky made my day!
Teen and I hiked at Red Rocks Thursday. We climbed to the top and sat to eat apples. I’m grateful for precious time with a great kid.
I got a new ipod! I’m grateful for tunes to write by and live by!
And would you look at my broccoli seedlings?! Every single seed sprouted! Soon they’ll be able to go into the ground. I’m grateful garden season is upon us again.
What’s going well for you? Does anything stand out from your week that you are grateful for? Was the coffee exceptional? Did this week’s episode of Once Upon A Time Wonderland entertain you? Did you see someone flying a kite or handing a homeless person a sandwich? Gratitude practice is simply taking notice of these sorts of things. Feel free to share in the comments what you’re grateful for! <3