There are everyday blessings; no need to look far
To know at a glance just how special they are.
A leaf falling slowly to a littered forest ground
A squirrel scampering a tree trunk all the way down.
The geese honking above on their trek south
With a frog croaking response from its mouth.
The quick gust caressing softly a freckled cheek
The sun’s rays warming aged bones that often creak.
As we look to autumn shifting with the cooling northern breeze
Our time for grateful reflection starts this first November eve…
Day One of Gratefulness: What did you observe in your daily life today, just one thing, that made you grateful? Take a moment to say THANK YOU for this one thing. Today, I’m grateful for outside observations on my walk and the words to share them with you.
As we move through this time of reflective gratefulness once again, may you take a moment each day to breathe deeply, show up, pay attention, speak your truth, and let go to the possibilities. Be a blessing and be blessed, and remember to care for yourself as you care for others, my friends.