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Days of Gratitude

1. Name something in the room you are grateful for. I am grateful for my modem and router--the internet is something I take for granted now

2. Recall a favorite memory you are grateful for.  Kissing the Blarney Stone cured me of my fear of heights

3. Who helped you today? my bestie was working at a church supper and put aside several meals for my family party

4. What possession makes your life easier? my cellphone--when I first a phone, I never dreamed that one day it would be so convenient

5. What’s the best thing that happened today? hugs from fully vaccinated relatives and my Virginia sister's validation

6. Name something in nature that you are grateful for. all the varieties of green as spring blossoms

7. What painful experience helped you grow? all of them

8. What is your best skill? I am a very good, active listener

9. What person in your past are you most grateful for? my grandparents on my dad's side

10. What risk are you most grateful for taking? applying for the one-year teaching job that has turned into a wonderfully fulfilling career

11. Name something/someone that makes you feel safe. my apartment makes me feel safe

12. Name a challenge you have overcome. teaching during a pandemic--the end of the year is near

13. What small things are you grateful for today? since it's 1:30 in the morning, I'll go with yesterday small things: it was a beautiful, sunny spring day and I got to spend time with my parents and cousin Paul and Susan

14. What smell are you most grateful for? baking bread, fresh laundry, clean

15. What is your proudest accomplishment. teaching during a pandemic--the end of this horrible year is near


Bev Sykes said...

isn't it nice to be able to hug people again??

Plastic Mancunian said...

Perhaps I should kiss the Blarney Stone. I am terrifed of heights.




Me, Myself, and I said...

I can't even imagine how hard this year was for teachers. So happy it's almost over for you!!!

Lori said...

I am also ready for this school year to be over. It has been so challenging, but I have learned a lot from it. I have two more weeks to go, then summer vacation. I am going back to preschool next school year. I am going to be teaching regular preschool instead of special education preschool. So many in our district will be doing new things. I am excited about it. Loved your answers! Have a nice day!


CountryDew said...

Hugs! Hurray! I miss them so much.