Gratitude Project: Day 10
There's no bed quite like your own bed. When I was a little girl I used to hear people say "It's always nice to go, but it's always better to get back home." I never really understood what that meant, or how in the world they could be glad to be coming back to BORING ole' home.... but now I do!
Today I am grateful for my own comfy bed.
1. Last night I slept like I was floating in a bowl of pudding. I snuggled into my sleep # hole and never moved a muscle. Man.... I forgot how much I love my side of the bed, with my (barely a pillow) pillow, and my loud fan.
2. I had my favorite fuzzy covers that I can curl up in because my feet are ALWAYS cold. No matter where I seem to travel, my feet never feel the same without that layer of special fuzzy blanket.
3. A little white dog was snuggled in his little blue bed right next to mine, and my precious little 10 year old boy was in the room down the hall...... and now I know exactly what those people meant by "It's always good to get back home." All is right in my world and today I cherished a random MONDAY in a whole new way.
Today was the end of my 10 day photo-gratitude journey and I must say, I feel like I looked harder to see the joy of GRATITUDE knowing I was going to photograph and post it. Maybe there is a way after all to use social media to do ourselves some good in this world. For someone who has focused for the last 2 years on virtually nothing but gratitude.... I saw it in a whole new light these 10 days. I saw it as an extension to a feeling and genuine way of life. I truly believe I understand like never before... SEEK AND YOU WILL FIND...
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