Today’s Gratitude List

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Today I am grateful for:

  • The ability to take a “do-over” just because.  When I was a kid playing kickball & baby-in-the-air & all those outdoor neighborhood games in the summer, do-overs were a big thing.  Usually granted as a special privilege to the younger kids, a do-over meant you got to erase the last try, you weren’t really “out,” and you got to try again.  I took my share of do-overs granted by the older, more seasoned players, and when I became the older one, I granted them freely.  Somehow as adults we seem to have forgotten that we’re entitled to do-overs (or more aptly put– “new starts”) in our everyday lives.  Next time you’re not liking the way your day is going, declare a “do-over” and start fresh.  I promise you, it is liberating!
  • Yoga.  Hannie and I have been taking a yoga class together every Sunday for the past few months.  Our teacher Denise is amazing with kids and with her craft– and with me!  Today as we took the “yoga nap” as Hannie likes to call it, I felt the tears well up behind my eyes, ready to release all the tension the weekend had provided me to that point.  I am so grateful for the space and the place and the freedom to let it all go, release the tough stuff to the universe and stretch again.
  • My readers.  Like Moni, who reminded me that what we write and share makes a difference.  I am so grateful for the feedback, you guys!  If it weren’t for you all, I’d have put away my computer this week and called it quits.  But of course, I didn’t.  I’m taking a do-over!

 

What are you grateful for today?  Write it down & share it!

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. fiona2107
    Feb 21, 2011 @ 21:38:23

    Oh what I would give for a do-over of my life some days!

    Reply

  2. Booyah's Momma
    Feb 23, 2011 @ 13:39:38

    I love the idea of a do-over! But maybe I just need some more zen in my life. I’m thinking maybe I need to take up yoga again, too. 🙂

    Reply

  3. Sherry
    Mar 03, 2011 @ 13:01:33

    I love the do over.. kids accept them so should adults.. i like the edit and spell check feature on my blog

    Reply

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