Attitude of Gratitude – Day 4

Today I am grateful for:

  • Perhaps the nicest day of 2010
  • Riding my bike two days in a row for the first time in 2010
  • Being able to spend lots of time at the park with Derek and Max last night.  Derek practiced w/his team – which is really starting to “come together”, I think!   Max played and played and played – he was so happy, all the way down to his little munchkin sized inner core.
  • Dinner at Church tonight – no work, just enjoy! 🙂
  • The internet and the speed at which we can get real, factual information about events being held all over the world.

Attitude of Gratitude – Day 3

Today I am grateful for:

  1. A safe bike ride, even in the face some stupid route decisions.
  2. Improving weather
  3. Being able to go to Men’s Bible Study last night
  4. The people that represented me, and other cyclists that couldn’t make it, on the Georgia Rides to the Capital event yesterday.
  5. Waking up to a new day, doing the right thing, even though I desperately wanted to sleep.

An Attitude of Gratitude – Day 2

Today I am grateful for:

  1. Social Media having an on/off switch.  It’s not a requirement.  It can enhance your life but if it becomes a hindrance, it can easily be removed.
  2. Change in the weather.  It’s days like today that make last Saturday (and hopefully tomorrow) seem THAT much better!
  3. Friends and neighbors that do things like get me a Peachtree number so I am ready to go, come July 4th.
  4. Quality automobiles that don’t leave me and/or my family stranded.
  5. Freedom.  As often as I overlook the freedoms I do have in live, I still remain eternally grateful for the freedoms I have in life.

An Attitude of Gratitude – Day 1

Today I am grateful for:

  1. A wonderful day yesterday, including time with my family, good competition for the kids, clean air, sunshine and a wonderful bike ride.
  2. A warm place to sit as the cold front moves in
  3. The opportunity to help others at church.
  4. Domestic animals – the love they show and the fun they bring to my family is unexplainable.