An Attitude of Gratitude

Thanksgiving is approaching and this is a perfect time to stop and count our blessings and express gratitude for and to family, friends, health, material blessings, the earth, God, the Universe. Some families have a tradition of holding hands around the Thanksgiving table while each person says what they are thankful for, but an attitude of gratitude does not have to be limited to Thanksgiving.

Today I am grateful for the love and support of my wonderful best friend and husband Bob.


What are you grateful for today?

10 thoughts on “An Attitude of Gratitude”

  1. I quite agree that expressions of gratefulness or thankfulness should not be left for one day a year. Perhaps, if more of us told others who and what we are grateful for, we could spread more positive energy to combat the negativity that creeps along like lowing lying fog. In the Weekly Photo Challenge: Thankful, I was and am thankful for the warm place where I live because there is so much homelessness and the smiles that my photos bring. Thank you for visiting my site and liking my psot “Cool Blue Sunset”.

  2. I am thankful for so many things…my relationship with Jesus Christ comes first, husband and children come in a close second – my life would be so incomplete without Jesus or my family. My life in general, the people I met, my activity, my health, the sunrise, the sunset and everything in between…etc… I count my blessings every day. I must add – I am thankful after tomorrow no more political ads!! 🙂 Thank you for reminding us of what we have to be thankful for.

    1. All great things to be thankful for! I do agree about the election. I voted by mail three weeks ago and I’m still getting phone calls trying to change my mind 🙂

  3. I am grateful for your blog because it reminds people to be grateful. Everywhere we turn the media is bombarding us with things we don’t need and can’t afford and we forget to look at what we have and start thinking about what we don’t have. Also I am grateful for my Uncle Geoff who was a gentle shining light through much darkness.

    1. Thank you so much. We started this blog because we find ourselves bombarded by outside influences as well. We are always glad to hear that others find the blog helpful. We appreciate your following and your comments.– Genie and Bob

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