post on teaching children gratitude.
I'm a really positive person almost all the time. Except like now. When I'm on day two of all the classic flu symptoms - sweating hot one minute, Artic cold the next, pounding headache, lurching stomach. I might not be in this position in the first place, if I hadn't procrastinated on that flu shot. Go get yours!!
When life throws curve balls, it's easy to fall into despair and self-pity. But since this is November, and we are coming into a season of reflection, I'm going to think positive right this minute (even if it kills me).
So....to show my gratitude, in Story Fischer's favorite way, with bullet points, here is my list:
(BTW, pre-orders for Beewitched are on kindle sale at $5.99!)
I am grateful for:
- being home with this rather than on the road
- modern day meds to reduce symptoms
- the inventor of chicken soup. Thank you, thank you, thank you
- a good book, which I haven't been able to read, but snuggling with it is nice
- a comfortable bed in a room of my own
- friends and family to check on me, making me feel special
- the hot shower I'll get to take when this breaks
On that note.
Whatever your day has in store for you, take a moment or two to remember the little things. They are there, right in front of us. We only have to look.