Ever got in a mood where you just didn’t feel like being happy? Or thankful? Or positive?
Somehow I recently got into a funk and didn’t realize it until it was too late.
I was cranky. I was irritable. I was just plain BLAH!
I still went about my day-to-day life and put on a happy face. But it was only on the surface. I distanced myself from those that could tell the difference.
Have you thanked someone today?
I love the quote below and even though my children give me serious side-eye when I paraphrase it – they get it. I truly believe that we can always find something to be thankful for in our day-to-day walk.
Each day, great things come to us that make our life better in some way, if not today, then tomorrow or the next day. So it’s important to show gratitude and appreciation!
Welcome to Thankful Thursday! Every Thursday we focus on gratitude on our website and social media sites.
How many of us live our lives being grateful for the many blessings we have? How many times a day do we say ‘thank you’?
What would your day look like if you lived your life as if everything was a gift to you? How would you start the day if the first thing you did was to be thankful for the gift of life?
Happy Thursday Divas! This is my favorite day of the week within the Divas With A Purpose community because it’s dedicated to all things gratitude!
It’s been a while since I’ve done a post on the blog, but we celebrate Thankful Thursday every week on Divas With A Purpose.
If you’re a part of the Facebook community, I invite you to jump over our Thankful Thursday event and share what you’re thankful for this week!
Happy Thursday Divas! Today is an extra special Thankful Thursday here on Divas With A Purpose…
My youngest son has been counting down to this day since Christmas morning. He is a huge fan of birthday celebrations and has been reminding us on a very regular basis that he is almost six years old. I have no idea what his fascination with six is, but ever since he was four he could not wait for this day.
My five-year-old recently came up to me and said “Thank You Mommy!”. Thinking I had spaced out on a conversation I asked what I did. His response almost (okay, it did!) brought tears to my eyes – “Nothing really, I just wanted to thank you for being my mommy!”.
Riches, electronics, nice cars, travel – these are good things, but not enough by themselves. You need the right frame of mind to fully enjoy life.
What a week it has been! The biggest excitement was the almost two inches of snow we received here in Columbia, South Carolina!
At the top of my gratitude list for the week is that my family is safe, warm and well-prepared for this weather. The madness in Atlanta, Georgia breaks my heart! Friends and family in Atlanta share post after post after post reporting that they and/or loved ones were safe.