52 WEEKS OF THANKFULNESS – WEEK 26

A visit with Linda Bethea,

Haddon Musings

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BE THE CHANGE YOU WANT TO SEE IN THE WORLD.

I invite you to come and join me on this pilgrimage to change the world through thankfulness.  Perhaps if enough of us join together we can change the negative climate that exists and is overtaking our planet. Together we can move our fellow citizens of to a better, higher and finer place.

Good day and thanks for coming along with me on this journey.  This has been a special week filled with many reasons for thankfulness.  I can start right here – this is week 26!  That means I have stayed faithful to this project for half of a year.  It was also week 52 of The Senior Salon – I had accomplished the goal I set for myselfof bringing together a community of artists with a little silver in their hair.  Since I have a way of starting a…

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Waking with music…

Pause for a moment of Gratitude

a cooking pot and twisted tales

“We thank thee each morning for a new-born day,” an old classic tune by Jim Reeves woke my brain up this morning and has been on redial all day in my head in the background of everything else that’s going on around me.

Do you find yourself stuck at times with a particular tune that follows you through the day, humming in the background of your mind?

This old song was a daily staple in my family home when my dad was alive. He would wake up early and start playing it followed by a medley of other music and I believe so much that this helped to set a happy mood and tone of the day as the household rose to this sound of music.

My thanks for today stems from having beautiful childhood memories that make me smile and warm my heart when I remember them.

It makes

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The Respect Award…

I am so moved by the comments on YesterdayAfter regarding the ‘Respect’ Award.

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Clarion Alley 2012

The RESPECT Award

by Robert Goldstein

and….
I’ve given you my “Respect” Award for fellow bloggers who consistently reach out to other bloggers, offer support, are kind, struggle to understand differences in people, and who treat themselves and other people with kindness and respect.
You don’t have to do anything for this award.
You can choose to copy the Award Picture from my post and give the award to the people who have earned your respect or you can do nothing.
This is my way of saying thank you.
You have earned my respect.

TodayRobert Goldstein surprised me with this beautiful Award that he created!

I am very thankful to be nominated with such gratefulness and kindness from Rob and I am very happy and so honored to be included in the first run of this award with all the other amazing Bloggers in his nominees!
Rob has been…

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