Writing Grateful Greetings

By on 11-17-2016 in Blog Post

Writing Grateful Greetings
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This morning I want us to consider Writing Grateful Greetings to ourselves.

We continue our focus this week on expressing our Thankfulness in our Letters.

dreamstime_xs_64597184 Writing Thankfulness Tea GreetingsThanksgiving 2016 is a week from today.  

Plan to take 10 minutes sometime today to center yourself when out and about or if possible do it now.

You can always print off today’s blog post and then write your notes expressing a grateful heart. And then mail it to yourself.

“Thank you, dear God, for this good life and forgive us if we do not love it enough. Thank you for the rain. And for the chance to wake up in three hours and go fishing: I thank you for that now, because I won’t feel so thankful then.”  – Garrison Keillor

In addition, next Wednesday plan ahead for a date with yourself for 10 minutes to sit and read that letter you wrote and mailed to yourself.   It will help us remember the focus of why we are stuffing turkeys, (or having a plant based option), along with the hectic pace.  It will help us to stay centered knowing we were reflective in advance.

Be sure to jot down blessings, and give Thanks for the many reasons we are Grateful!  

Here’s to enjoying your 10 minutes today Writing Grateful Greetings

Anchors Aweigh,  

Helen


Writing Thankfulness Greetings Attribution & Thank you to the following I’m referencing today –

AnchoredScraps.com blog post: Writing Thankfulness Letters November 13, 2016 by Helen Rittersporn

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