gratitude, again

it’s time to do a gratitude post – haven’t done one in a long while!

i am grateful

  • that i am part of a supportive community
  • that my practice is growing
  • for the members of my thesis committee
  • for our roomy house
  • for all the interesting people i’m meeting at stumbleupon, e.g. dashiell
  • for intelligent science fiction authors who think way outside the box
  • for keith, who has so much love, interest and respect for plants
  • that tina made it to the second round of CKNW’s talk show host contest
  • for my daughter’s kundalini yoga instructor
  • that my children and their partners are healthy
  • for clean drinking water
  • that there is always enough food in the house
  • for water bottles
  • that things don’t seem to faze me much lately
  • for the harmony among everyone who lives here in our house
  • for living in canada
  • for my 81-year-old mother’s continuing health and adventurousness
  • for the interesting conversations on this blog
  • for the beautiful art work here in my house
  • for all the art, culture and training in critical and contemplative reflection i was steeped in when i was growing up
  • for my father’s hands
  • for haedy’s kisses
  • for danielle’s hugs

what are you grateful for?

and let’s tag a few fellow bloggers, see what they want to say “thanks” for: nickie at nickie’s nook, scott at finding your marbles, tina mcinerney, living within samsara, jennifer at mental health minutes and therapydoc at everyone needs therapy.

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7 thoughts on “gratitude, again

  1. Tina McInerney

    I have chosen to list the things that I am grateful for with one or two word answers in alphabetical order

    Bats, Bev E, Blue eyes, Blue Boats
    Cake, Carbonated Beverages, Carol S, Children, Chocolate, Curves
    Dog, Dreaming, Driving
    Family, Food, Friends
    Nail polish
    Ocean Outer space
    Paint, Parents, Peace, Poetry
    Rain, Raspberries Rhinestones
    Scribes, Shelter, Singing, Sleeping, Starfish, Stars, Step children,

    Tina McInerney

  2. Leah J. Utas

    Good for you for your list. I’ve posted about the importance of gratitude, and I’ve noted on occasion that I’m grateful, but I’ve never thought to spell it out.

  3. Lynn O'Connor

    Hi. I saw you over at twitter. I’m a psychologist, and there aren’t too many of us writing blogs. I’m writing some about psychology, and some about GTD, and some about politics, etc. Thought I would connect with you, that’s a great gratitude list. My blog, if you are interested, Lynn O’Connor’s Process Notes and be found at
    come and visit me, I just started about a month ago. and come and see my lab at
    Are there more psychology people blogging than I know about? Probably. Very cool. I put you on my friends list at twitter. catch you later.

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  5. Anonymous

    smallville es una exelente serie la mejor nunca antes vista por los televidentespero pues hay un gran problema y es que repiten los mismos problemas que le suceden a clark

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