#gratitude, gratitude

An Attitude of Gratitude Experiment 2.0 Day 69

Today I learned that my cousin’s husband is struggle with COVID in the hospital. Nothing seems more true that this quote right now. I am grateful for the time I can spend with my family. I am not the most exciting nor interesting person, but I do like to be around them and watch them. I sure love them all to the moon and back and beyond.

Today I am grateful that I got 7 1/2 bears done today. I have a few more to do and then I am done with all my pre-orders from the fundraiser I was helping Lilli with. We had to stop the fundraiser because we were not given the right information for how we should set it up so the school shut it down. I still have tons of supplies and will keep making them and selling them, but now I will sell them as a side job for myself. I think I will save that money for a little trip… maybe to go see Jo and my sister in southern Utah, maybe to just rent a little place on the coast. It depends on how much money I make. It’s bee for ever since I took a trip, so it seems like this might be a good use of the money earn from selling bears.

I am grateful they are turning out so cute… but I do need to sell the extras. I hope I can find some buyers!

Today I am grateful for the sunny day I could see outside my window.

Today I am grateful for the gospel. It keeps me grounded and gives me close.

What are you grateful for today?

1 thought on “An Attitude of Gratitude Experiment 2.0 Day 69”

  1. I am grateful for the love of sisters, blood and chosen. I am grateful for the Atonement of Christ and my understanding of its absolute healing power. I am grateful for music and it’s effect on my spirits and its power to bring to my heart all of the awesome road trips I have taken with my awesome daughters. Because of those memory-making trips I know all the lyrics to “Party in the USA”, “My LipGloss” and many poppin’ tunes.

    I am grateful for my Wendy and am already planning her trip here! We will catch shows at Tuacahn, so get ordering those bears, friends!

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