TTOT

Ten Things of Thankful – July 10 2020

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It’s TTOT time! Let’s get at it!

  1. Family Fun Night with the apartment community. We each did watercolors of fruit slices with a Zoom lesson from our CARES team. They plan all kinds of fun activities and this is one of many they have done as a workaround from the virus. They even provided sodas for our adventures, along with a bag of art supplies to do this. undefined
  2. Success for my God children who were able to buy a new-to-be-built house. Thankful for low interest rates.
  3. Maintenance crew fixed the air conditioner for good. It took a couple of trips to seal the deal, but it is running like a champ! I am so grateful to be able to call and let them worry about the how tos.
  4. Two poems were accepted for publication in an online magazine. There were two very tender poems, to me, and I am glad to find them a home.
  5. Support in the writing community from various channels. Writing sprints, poetry critique group, writing support online are all wins!
  6. Getting to read lots of real life stories.
  7. Fireworks on the T.V. I enjoyed them just as much if not more because of heat and bugs and lots of people could all be a non-issue.
  8. Getting to read a beautiful books of poems for someone who is going to be publishing.
  9. Sunglasses.
  10. YOU! What’s up in your life? How about coming online and sharing your lovelies? Won’t you join me for a picnic? undefined

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18 thoughts on “Ten Things of Thankful – July 10 2020”

  1. Oh, a virtual picnic–how fun! Count me in! 🙂
    I’m glad your a/c is working properly now. July is a bad month to have no a/c.
    Congrats on all your writing endeavors.
    The Family Fun Night sounds fun! (Guess they named it appropriately!) 🙂

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    1. I suggested they do a pajama walk and they loved that idea. So, I expect that in August or September. My niece’s family does that on their base in Utah. They are big p.j. wearers!

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  2. Nicely done. We can always find a list to be thankful for. I have always loved picnics, even simple ones as a kid to the romantic ones lakeside, in the forest, at the beach, in the meadow….sounds like a poem forming.

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  3. Congrats on the (getting work) published!
    AC surely earns, at minimum, a seasonal permanent grat status,
    Sunglasses, I totally concur, for whatever reason, the arc welding light of a summer sun is less fu than I seem to remember.
    Have a good week.

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  4. Yeah for a working air conditioner, especially when it begins to heat up in some areas. It has continued to be on the cool side here, but I think that may change soon.
    I am glad you found a home for your tender poems.

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  5. I hate to be such a first world person, but I would perish without a/c! Glad yours is fixed. Congrats on being published. I’m not a huge fan of fireworks, could take them or leave them, but watching without bugs is a plus.

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