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Advent Calendar of Gratitude

I was reading over on 
Jane's blog 
www.teenytinypieces.com

her view  on "Grateful Awareness" in  

 '5 Simple Ways to Experience the Gift of Consciousness this Season"
.
I was touched by this post ....
.
"Spend quiet time at home each day 
to create a Gratitude Calendar, with a space to share 
blessings each day of the month". 

"heightened awareness of our blessings
 is perhaps the best gift of all".

I thought it would be lovely to create my own
online Advent Calendar of Gratitude
in celebration of
.
 my 100th Post !!! 
.
starting tomorrow
Wednesday, 1st December 

 I'll be posting my gratitude Pictures and Words through to 

Saturday, 25th December 2010

I'm so hoping you'll join me, 
blog hopping for a 

'Plethora of Seasonal Gratitude' 
.
I will be linking with
Thursday  Meri's Musings -Share the Joy Thursday
Friday Haiku my Heart Poetry - recuerda mi corazon
.
(please join us:)

Comments

Boonie S said…
I'm looking forward to this already.

Have a nice day, Boonie
Jane said…
Hi Sue,

Congratulations on your 100th post! Can't think of a better way to celebrate than with Gratitude!

I'm excited about watching your calender unfold over the coming weeks ... your photographs and your writings are inspirational!

I'm glad you're on the journey, along with many of us, to find our what our creativity is all about, and to acknowledge just how important it is to our well-being.

Take special good care ~
Jane
rebecca said…
love this idea!!!
will be watching with great interest.
gratitude,
the heart center of love.

xoxoxoxo,
rebecca
This sounds so wonderful. I'd like to do something similar. Thank you for the inspiration and congratulations on your 100th post.

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