Yes, I know I said some day I will have a cute banner designed for this- today is not that day 🙂
Today I’m thankful for:
- My boyfriend being able to get me a copy of Microsoft Office legitimately for $10. Did I mention how upset I was when I lost my original copy? Super upset.
- Windows 10 being free! If I had to buy another copy after reimaging my laptop, I probably would cry…
- AC units, especially portable ones! It’s summer now where I live and the apartment was broiling in the 80’s last weekend apparently… Turned our portable AC on in the bedroom and it is very nice in there now.
- Storage cabinets. I don’t give enough thanks to the one I have in the bathroom.
- Powdered peanut butter at Costco.
- Places to donate clothes and other items. I know this may seem strange but I am so thankful there are places where I can donate items I don’t want anymore so people who are less fortunate can have them at a reduced cost, plus I like that it provides jobs for some people who may otherwise have a hard time finding work. I feel a lot better about donating gently used items than I do tossing them, definitely.
- Goodbye kisses in the morning. Boyfriend always kisses me before he leaves and it’s just the best thing ever.
- UPS offering package re-routing… I’ll get into this once my package gets in, but even though it was a bit expensive, it’s nice to be able to re-route when something goes wrong.
- Piano lessons I took when I was a kid. I like that I know how to read sheet music and have capabilities so if I want, I can open some music and usually play. I love having some creative outlet that lets me enjoy some beauty in life
- And lastly, my joints not acting funny this week! For the most part, they’ve been normal. I haven’t had a single dislocation, even partial, and I’ve been able to sleep at night and move without feeling like they are unstable, which is definitely something I take for granted most weeks.
I’d love to hear what you’re grateful for this week too 🙂 Gratitude is linked to so many benefits and it can really make the difference between a bad day and a decent one.