Day 253 – LSS Attitude of Gratitude – Blog/ Almost all good – There is always something to be grateful for.

Another day of affirming that my goals are in reach. Meditation is becoming such a part of my day that I am almost afraid to not start with it each morning. It doesn’t hurt that my mornings are quiet and I have nothing that MUST be done each day. I have self imposed goals that are making me happy.   

When I take time to check my emails and Facebook I am presented with posts that support the journey I am on. It is good that the things I do have control over are aligned with what I want. 

Today was a successful day for the things I did have control over. I painted my porch and pillars. I finished cleaning my kitchen cabinets. I went to school and printed a document i needed. I had a wonderful leisurely lunch with two former coworkers.

Then I had an excruciating unsuccessful phone conversation with representatives from my homeowner’s insurance company. It ended with absolutely no resolution and no way to fix my problem. 

I had to do something for me, just to get my mind out of the sadness. So I decided to spend time in my sewing room. This gives me peace and allows my creative energy to flow. I am grateful that I have outlets that calm my spirit.   Time got away from me and I think I need to rest now. 

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4 thoughts on “Day 253 – LSS Attitude of Gratitude – Blog/ Almost all good – There is always something to be grateful for.

  1. So glad meditation is becoming part of you. Sounds like your days are full and productive. Is it possible to have a roof inspector come out and check your roof? We did that in Florida so we could get a discount on our hurricane policy. It would be easy to determine the age of your roof.

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      1. I am sorry. Maybe this is a sign it is time to switch companies. You are bigger than this. There is a solution and you will find it. Hang in there, my friend.

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