Wednesday, April 16, 2014

April 16: Gratitude Forty-Three

I'm having a hard time with gratitude tonight.

There's a snowstorm bearing down on the Upper Peninsula of Michigan at the moment.  Another snowstorm.  If you're keeping count, that would be the second one this week.  Last week, I had convinced myself that spring had finally arrived.  This evening, I have convinced myself that the world is coming to an end.

So, on this wintry eve, I am grateful for a warm blanket and bed, which is where I'm headed in a few minutes.

Tomorrow, Saint Marty hopes to be grateful for a snowstorm that completely blows past us.  Yes, he's in denial.  It's a beautiful place with palms trees and a pink sunset on a Hawaiian beach.  Aloha!

Care to join me?

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