Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Crisp Cider and Warm Leaves, or whatever

It is November, and as several (or probably thousands) of other bloggers are doing, I am having a good think about thankfulness and what it is that I am thankful for. I would tell you that I'm going to spend each morning this month devoted to writing you a short, perfectly-formed blog about something I am thankful for, like crisp autumn leaves or warm apple cider or whatever, but as soon as I make goals like that, I end up missing days and feeling very discouraged. So let's just say that, for the entire month of November (minus a few days at the beginning...good planning, Julie) whenever something very thankful happens, and I happen to catch the whim of it, and I happen to be at my computer, or I happen to be feeling extremely full of words that need to be let out to describe my thankfulness, I will tell you a small story about something that happened to me that I am very grateful for.

Ok good.


Kristin Louise said...

Not a bad idea, can't wait to read them! (No pressure of course)

Liesl said...

Deal. Okay, I'll say something I'm grateful for: the sounds I hear on the way to school every day, whether it's the wind blowing the leaves on the street and sidewalk, the construction going on, doors slamming, people talking, or even cars honking and motorcycles screaming by. I love it, and I love that I can hear.

janer said...

i like this. i will wait anxiously.