Happy Day for Giving Thankfulness

Today, I am Thankful, and would like to give freely, my thankfulness at all the many things I am blessed to have in my life.

First, (for those of you that know me, this will come as no surprise, and you will feel no offense) I am so thankful for my kitty-friend, Charlie. He is my sanity in this insane world; he reminds me of what really counts, what we’re really here for. (To love, learn and grow together into the most beautiful fractal our collective consciousness can create–for infinity).

Secondly, I am grateful for the snow, and the quiet it brings. Winter is the spectacular, meditative time to truly clean house and start with a fresh, clean, crisp slate. From the blank isolation, the imagination has room to unfold its wonders. The magnificence of spring could never be without the emptiness of winter.

I am also grateful to my few true friends and my small family–none of which invited me to celebrate this holiday with them. I trust it’s because they know that I know that I am welcome. 🙂 That’s what I love about keeping it small–we’re tight like that. 😉

I am grateful to feel no particular obligation to be anywhere today. I am glad for the peace that it brings. I am just so happy for the solitude of this morning.

I feel so lucky to have woken up this morning, early, ~7:00a.m., to the warmth and comfort of my cozy bed, snuggled up with my beautiful yellow-eyed bestie.

My morning coffee was delicious–hot and heavy creamy. 😀  The roads are plowed, but the snow is still fresh. I took some time to dance alone like a freak. (How Freeing)!!

I feel good–my mind and heart are feeling the joy of possibility. My cat and I had a great play session this morning–now he’s flipping and flopping for mouse toys. ♥

Time to go enjoy more…not that I don’t enjoy writing about all the things that bring me joy.  Love to you and yours.

~S.G.

About mindofthemasses

S.G. is a creative scientist that often ponders the state of the world in sad confusion. Befuddled by how far from harmony the human race has come, she tries to make sense of it all with intuition, reason, and above all else an open mind.
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1 Response to Happy Day for Giving Thankfulness

  1. Megan Garrity says:

    I’m glad you decided to come over. Not invited? You’re always welcome.

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