My Gratitude — Early

I cannot begin to express the gratitude I feel this week. It’s been hard to contain it until today and I just can’t wait until Thursday!  I hope you don’t mind too much if I share it a day early:

  • I am so very grateful for the teachers and assistants that my grandson has at his new school this year!  They have given him back his love of school and learning and that is something every 7-year-old should have.
  • I’m grateful for the bus drivers who watch over my grandchildren and get them safely to and from school each day.
  • I am grateful for the perfectly ripe banana
  • I am extremely grateful for this cooler weather!  Goodbye 100+ degrees until next year (I hope!)
  • I am grateful for the time I can spend with my momma — both in person and talking on the phone when I can’t be with her physically
  • I’m grateful to hear my son and my husband laugh!  They have great, hearty, belly laughs that fill me with happiness!
  • I’m grateful that prescriptions can be transferred from one state to another
  • I’m grateful that I haven’t run out of things to do here

That’s it for now, off the top of my head.  How about you?  What are you grateful for this week?

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2 Responses to My Gratitude — Early

  1. Those are wonderful things to be thankful for!!! I see why you couldn’t wait until the official day! 🙂 NOTHING is more important than your grandson settling in on a good note. With my son being autistic – nothing mattered more than him being comfortable & having caring teachers since change was(is) always traumatic for him. Honestly, the day he graduated made me do cartwheels!! Again, great list!

    • I truly understand. If littlebit is happy with his teacher and is treated with respect by his teacher, he’ll try his best to be good, to learn and to help. If the teacher doesn’t treat him kindly, doesn’t like him and doesn’t work to see what works with him, it is all out H – E – double hocky sticks on both of them. Last year, he would sit himself down in the parking lot rather than walk to class. The babysitter had to pick him up and carry him. She’s a little thing, so he was almost as big as her! The new school and teachers say he is nothing like the report they were given about him from the old school. What a blessing in disguise this has been!

      Sharon

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