13 thoughts on “Day Eight: 30 Days of Gratitude

    1. Sharon, your kind words are ending my day on such a positive note, and I really can’t thank you enough! When I decided to share my 30 days of gratitude on the blog, I wasn’t sure how well received it would be. I feared that it wouldn’t resonate with others and/or that it was too simplistic to make a positive impact. I am so glad that I listened to my gut and forged ahead. You definitely made this worthwhile!

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      1. Awww you are gorgeous!!! I know it is funny with posting articles – I definitely still feel a bit vulnerable with each one 🙂 Yes, great you listened to your gut and I have found the greatest wisdom often comes through seemingly simple avenues. And I know you are inspiring so many more people that you probably aren’t even aware of!!! So keep going 🙂 Have a wonderful week!!! xoxoox Sharon

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  1. Great post today, as always… very inspiring! 😀 I couldn’t help but smile about your mom calling everyday… I try to call my mom everyday or at least text her to see if she’s okay or needs me. I think volunteering at a homeless shelter would be SO much fun, but I don’t have time right now, so I just try to visit with as many people in my mom’s assisted living place as I can. Many have Dementia and forget, but they always like it when I call them by name as ask how they are that day or if they need help with something. It’s amazing how many people put their parents or grandparents in “retirement” homes or Assisted Living facilities and then totally forget about them & never visit. I’m sure the men love to see your smiling face and realize that you bless them as much as they bless you. 😀

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    1. Thanks so much your warm comments and for sharing about your experiences with your mom and the other residents! I actually work at the day shelter, and it is hands down the most rewarding job I have ever had. I never imagined working with this special group of people, but it is an absolute honor, pleasure, and joy to do so. Bravo to you for making the time and effort to reach out to the other residents, and what seems like small gestures definitely make a huge impact. They are fortunate to have you to brighten their day. Keep spreading the kindness:)

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