Wednesday, June 9, 2010

~ Counting My Blessings ~



98, 99, 100, 101, 346, 347, 518, 592, 701, 812......oh, just me, counting my blessings!  :-)
I'm joining Heidi again for Wednesday Gratitude. Please stop by her wonderful blog and join us! I have bronchitis and have been feeling pretty lousy so I'll make this one short, although I have a lot to be grateful for.  Blessings and miracles...I have meds, have and/or taking the time to rest, wonderful A/C to avoid the heat and humidity, lots of liquids to drink, movies to watch and an incredibly wonderful bed to rest in.  Tell me about your gratitude and miracles!

xoxo
Pat

7 comments:

Heidi said...

Oh dear Pat! I'm so sorry you're feeling poorly today. Take good care, you'll be back on your feet in no time. I wish I could send you some of the lemon bars, I love anyone who appreciates my baking or cooking!
Thanks for the thoughtful post, stay cool today.
XO
Heidi - Heart and Home

Diann said...

Hi Pat!

You take care of yourself! So many people are going through this right now. Feel better soon!

Julie Harward said...

I'm glad you are so blessed...the little things do mean a lot don't they...bringing us peace and happiness. Come say hi :D

Tracy F. said...

Hope you feel better soon.

Angela said...

Pat, hope you get to feeling more like your old self soon. As for counting my blessings, I know I am blessed because of my comment on MMS, you came to my page, and now I to yours.

It is wonderful to feel the LOVE!
Angela - HoneydewProductions

Deborah said...

Hi Pat, I hope you feel better real soon! Drink lots of tea and rest.
I thought of doing this today,but I have been swamped at work! So I should be glad about that!
xxoo
Deborah

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

I love how you made lemonaide out of lemons. I've been doing a bit of that myself lately. My joy recently has been spending so much time with my dad. We've always been close, but truthfully I was always talking to my mom. The past months have really bonded us in ways that I will treasure (even if I am tired). I am also feeling blessed to be able to think of my mom and smile most of the time instead of cry. I'm surprised really...she is helping me through this, I can feel it. The big news in our house was my daughter was successful in her multi-interview process and got the placement she wanted. She will soon be in management after three years of waiting and hard work.

Hope you feel better soon:)