My computer has a virus.
The day my computer was given the virus I went to Trader Joe, I had to get out of the house. I got my favorite marinated mozzarella and an evergreen wreath. The cashier made the mistake of asking how my day was going. I let it all out, the short version, and then apologized for complaining. He told me it was ok, to go ahead and vent if I needed to. I told him thank you, it did help to let it out. I made it almost to my car when I heard behind me someone yell, “Excuse me, ma’am.” I turn around and the cashier was holding a bouquet of flowers. He handed them to me and told me he hoped my day got better. I cried.
I guess there really are good people still out there.
I am still keeping my Winter Gratitude List (check out this post if you would like to know more about my list). It is helping me find reasons to like winter a little better. For the sake of brevity I am going to share my five gratitude favorites from the past two weeks:
Black coats – when snowflakes land on them you can see the individuality of each and every snowflake.
Icicles – I just really like icicles.
Winter Berries – they brighten up my home.
Quiet – the snow seems to act as a natural sound buffer absorbing noise and creating a quieter world.
Holiday Gatherings – reconnecting with family and friends.
Why are you grateful for winter?
Today I am joining Kim Klassen’s Friday Finds and also the class Be Still 52. My images were textured with Kim’s texture wednesday. The class assignment was – square, from above and two sides. My Finds this week were kindness and a beautiful bouquet at Trader Joe, the rose above was part of that bouquet.
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Have a great weekend!!