|'Green Girl' by delayne|
Twenty-four whole hours. I must remember to spend them responsibly and not take them for granted.
Good health, strong limbs, decent mental faculties, and some experience under my belt. I like the age I am! And fifty-eight years are more than many are blessed with.
My imagination and my curiosity. It's always interesting in here! And I am never bored....
A house that shelters me, warms me, cocoons me, welcomes me, and is so full of character that it has its own name.
A guy in my life who defies description. I could write all day about why I'm so thankful for him and my list wouldn't be finished.
My girls all grown-up and uber-responsible, with good men in their lives and children that are dipped in GOLD. (SO thankful to be a gramma!)
Grandbugs that make my world go 'round and my socks go up and down.
A family that is healthy, happy, and independent, one that can hold each other close and yet let go....
Friends who put up with the stupid stuff I do and still manage to like me.
Pets past, present, and future. I can't live without creatures in my life. I just can't....
All the wonderful books I've read, music I've heard, and art I've seen that opened my mind and made me think, moved me, or just plain entertained me, and the gifted folks who created them.
Our veterans and active-duty servicemen/women, and others who risk their lives or sacrifice themselves for our health, well-being, safety, or freedom.
The living things that have to die so I can live.
A generous Earth. I give her a seed and she thanks me with a harvest.
A Higher Power that doesn't seem mind that the two of us commune together over a sunrise or under the stars instead of in a church. I even suspect S/He prefers it that way.
And you. Reading this. So dang thankful for YOU. :)