I’m grateful for:-
My other half being able to enjoy camping without pain. The op for arthritis in the hand has worked.
Having two totally chilled out dogs who are happy to tag along whatever adventures we have.
Friends with whom camping is a pleasure.
The sun this morning to dry out the tent before packing.
As I sit here in Poitiers France with this view from my hotel window. I can’t help but think about the manifestation of gratitude I mention in #1 post of my new gratitude practice.
Things I’m grateful about since my last post.
Dad recovering from post operative delirium and hopefully being transferred out of ITU this morning.
My safe flight to poitiers and the fear I have of flying not stopping me boarding.
My mother’s continued bravery of being away from home from the Vendee to Poitiers whilst dad is in hospital.
For dad’s continued healing journey after major heart surgery and his progression back to health.
My safe flight tomorrow evening back to the UK
Mum’s continued strength and health.
I have just started reading yet another book on my kindle. This time Kyle Gray’s book titled ‘Angel Prayers’ and he suggested a gratitude journal that not only gives thanks to the things you know about but also to those you want to manifest. For years I have kept a gratitude journal but never for manifestation. So here goes.
Today I give thanks for five things I have had.
Safe journey to the hotel at the airport.
Dad’s health improving and him coming out of post operative delirium.
Thanks to mum being calmer seeing dad released from the restraints ITU had to put on him to keep him safe as well as the people looking after him.
Thanks to my brother for looking after mum and dad over the past few days.
Thanks for the holiday company allowing us easily to change our destination so we can be nearer to the hospital if needed whilst still having a holiday that we need after everything so far this year has thrown at us.
I would love to get in that plane calm and not experiencing the fear I get whilst flying.
Dad continues to improve and heal
The next two days being a positive experience without worrying about the fear coming back knowing I have to fly home.
Martin’s had continues to gain strength following his fusion operation
I’ll try to update gratitude regularly and let’s see what happens.
Take care all