Grateful for Others’ Words

Develop  an attitude of gratitude, and give thanks for everything that happens to you,  knowing that every step forward is a step toward achieving something bigger and  better than your current situation.

Brian  Tracy
Read more at http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/keywords/gratitude.html#ulPoO5kEbbQgDbCs.99

Today is a work day for me, and in between shifts, I have a lot to do, so I am glad there are so many wonderful people in the world who also have discovered the power of gratitude.  Not every post here is going to be all sweetness and light, but it’s going to be a day or two before I can really dig in on my own, and I didn’t want to lose momentum, particularly since I haven’t announced the move on my other site. Tomorrow, tomorrow, I’ll do it tomorrow…(you’re welcome for the ear worm!)

And now, upstairs to discuss the latest gratitude lesson.

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6 Responses to Grateful for Others’ Words

  1. chicu says:

    From grumpy to grateful. This is growth, indeed. Am happy, happy.
    But GG- you made my heart stop beating till I’d read to the end of your Last Post on the old blog. Changing homes is fine, but please don’t ever stop writing!

  2. efrompdx says:

    Gratitude is a beautiful concept around which to build your new blog. I look forward to reading! And, while a steady diet of ‘sweetness and light’ would tend toward the Pollyanna-ish, it is still a good reminder to practice gratitude.
    Thanks, GG!

  3. Ruth Wilson says:

    I read this this morning and wanted to come back and reread. I googled gratefulgranny and got all kinds of porn sites. Lol! Added wordpress to the search and found you again. The other blog wouldn’t let me post at some point. Not sure why, but I’ve been continuing to read.

    • Ruth Wilson says:

      That last sentence can be read two ways! Eeek. It should be read as: I’m not sure why it has blocked me from posting and I’ve continued reading anyway. It should NOT be read as: I’m not sure why I continue reading.

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