13 thoughts on “Day One: 30 Days of Gratitude

  1. I am with you about Thanksgiving but Veteran’s Day(Nov.11th) is one where every American should active reach out to a Veteran and thank them. I am going to Andersonville GA that day where along with a civil war prison there is a POW museum and National Cemetery..

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  2. Wow 30 days of gratitude is a fantastic idea. I look forward to reading your blogs for this month and after that too. My gratitude at the moment is to my girlfriend that dumped me, iam greatful of the short time we had together, she made me more happy than I have been in years lol.

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    1. Thanks for your interest and kind words! The way you found something to be grateful for in the end of your relationship with your girlfriend is admirable, as it is something that I have struggled with over the years. Too often I have focused on what is missing or what appears to have gone wrong, but over the past three years, I have to come to accept that there is something to be grateful for in every situation and every day. Thanks for sharing your own gratitude, and I hope we all can use this month to give thanks!

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  3. Kristi Jo, Thanksgiving is by far my favorite holiday period, with Christmas and its commercialization my least. In Charlotte, we honor the month as Homeless Awareness Month to try and increase awareness for those without shelter during the colder months and to remember those who passed away. I like the 30 days of gratitude concept. Well done, BTG

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    1. I am glad that I am not alone in my love of Thanksgiving, and I absolutely love the focus on homelessness this month in Charlotte! That is such an awesome idea, and I am grateful for the efforts being done there to end homelessness, which is a cause near and dear to my heart. Here’s to gratitude this month and every month!

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