Another month in 2022 is in my rearview mirror on my road to express thankfulness. This adventure sometimes becomes challenging, but I’m discovering many things to be thankful for each day. Focusing on the positive despite all the tragedies in the world makes me happy. It motivates me to work toward positive change. Being grateful drives away fear. I can see so many potholes in the road, but I start my day searching for the blessings in my life. These events or things might seem small and insignificant, but they add up to a giant pile of happiness at the end of the road. I am inviting you to come along for the ride. Why don’t we all travel the road of gratefulness in June? This post covers day 335 of my 365 days of thankfulness.
Day 335 of my 365 Days of Thankfulness
On day 335 of my 365 days of thankfulness, I am grateful to watch a UTub video of Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade from the comfort of my living room instead of a New York City street corner. The grandkids were over, and we decided to watch the parade. I know Thanksgiving is behind us, but it’s always fun to watch a parade. Rooster and I used to visit our son in New York City before COVID made it hazardous to go. We’d land Thanksgiving morning and rush to the parade. It was always a cold and crowded experience. I am grateful to watch the activity in a warm living room this year.
This old lady is happy to watch the parade from the comfort of my home.
I have learned thanksgiving is a matter of choice. Don’t let anyone tell you differently. Even in dark places, it is good to seek the light. My blessings may not be the same as yours because I’m old. I bet if you dig deep, you can come up with something to be thankful for today. Don’t neglect to see the good things before your face because you hear the world is falling apart. Let me tell you a secret. The world always falls apart when you focus on the doom and gloom. You won’t always find thankfulness an easy road, but it’s an adventure we can all take together. What are you thankful for today? Leave a comment, and bless my heart. I am not being sarcastic when I say that. I could use the encouragement as much as the next person.
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