QUOTE OF THE WEEK

If we practice gratitude and keep a thankful heart, we’ll automatically extend inspiration wherever we go.

Sunday, January 9, 2011

Day 9 in Gratitude

Today has been an amazing day. I had the opportunity to speak with an entrepreneurial woman from South Carolina who is starting an Elite Mastermind Group. She was focused, passionate and driven. I always marvel at the power of women who know what they want and go out and get it - very inspiring. I am grateful to have had an inspiring conversation with such an amazing woman. You know who you are - thank you.



My youngest son was home for a very short time this weekend. I mentioned in a previous post that he was home to attend the wedding of a dear friend of his. I am thankful to have spent the time I had with him, I enjoy him so.

I'm leaving out of town in a few days. I'm not ready to go on this trip. Tomorrow night after work I have a class from 7-9pm. I have Tuesday after work to pack and leave Wednesday morning. My fabulous husband helped me in every way today. He had gone out to run some of his own errands and stopped at the health food store to buy me some of the things I need to go on my trip. Then as I was starting to get my clothes ready for the trip, he came into the bedroom with fresh fruit because he knew I was hungry. I know, I know, you're all falling in love with him...how can you not?!? I am so thankful to have him in my life!! Thank you baby, I appreciate you.

What are you grateful for?

3 comments:

  1. I am grateful that my son Christopher made it safely back to his dorm this afternoon. There was some heavy snowfall along the route he was taking, and of course, I was nervous and worried the whole time until I heard from him that he was back safely. Thank you, God, for watching over my children and keeping them safe!

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  2. Isn't it interesting that no matter how old they get, they're still your babies and you're still their worried Mom. I'm glad he's back safe and sound Carrie, thanks for posting!

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  3. Thank you! I know my mom still worries about me... it never ends. I am grateful for loving parents who worry about me!

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