Miracles and Gratitude Days 12 and 13

Gratitude:

  • this gorgeous day
  • that was my husband was able to go on the fishing trip to Florida that he wanted to go on
  • this skirt I’m wearing that I got at a cool store in our tiny town- it’s black with red and yellow flowers all over it
  • my son’s humming- isn’t music grand?
  • getting on the schedule to get the pool closed (I thought they’d be booked)
  • pictures from my sister- she’s visiting my dad
  • my friend SanDee- she’s a “through thick and thin” kind of friend
  • having the windows open
  • bird singing
  • wind chimes
  • the moon- my momma LoVeD the moon- she’d text me a single word “moon”. I miss that.
  • songs that come to mind all of the sudden on some random Sunday
  • babies- my friend’s baby turned 3 months old yesterday
  • movies- we have a movie room and tons of dvds, it’s fun to watch movies on a big screen
  • 2 1/2 days at home!!!!! Sunday and Monday became our Saturday and Sunday. Lots of activities going on these days
  • a sudden text from a friend- thanks, Cathy

Miracle Photos:

Different stages of zinnias ~

one of my zinnias getting ready to open
zinnia we planted for my momma
back view of a zinnia
zinnia going to seed
looks like a party dress with some swing
flowers have such amazing details

Thank you for reading. I hope your gratitude plate is overflowing and that you’re seeing miracles wherever you look! Feel free to join in!

Jessica

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** all writing and photographs are mine

16 thoughts on “Miracles and Gratitude Days 12 and 13

    • Thank you. You may like to/them. They’re so easy- that is why I like them. Seeds in dirt equal lots of colored blooms. They’re pretty drought tolerant, too. We barely had rain this summer, yet they bloomed.

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      • That’s good to know Jessica. I once had a large butterfly garden and perennials but never replaced them after the Polar Vortex of 2013-2014 zapped them and they all died. I will decide after I retire whether to start a garden again – with climate change, I think I will not. I’ve been using silk flowers in my pots and planters … they look very realistic and I started doing that when I began my walking regimen in 2011.

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