Ten Things of Thankful – June 25 2021

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It is so hard to believe that this is the last post for June! Where did this month fly to? Let’s check out this weeks thankfuls:

  1. It is now MaJun as the months are still sorting out where they stand. We are enjoying the pleasant temps and just enough sun to still brighten our days.
  2. I am happy to announce publication of Sita Gaia’s “Knocking on the Body’s Door
  3. I am happy to announce that little Raena June was born on June 23 to my niece Kayla. They are both doing fine and get to go home today and the two big brothers will get to meet their sister.
  4. Daughter has had some troubles with sciatica and I tried another pain treatment method which helped her sleep better.
  5. Daughter has someone to take her to get her paint supplies for her art class in July. She is very excited about the class.
  6. There are plenty of things to do so I don’t get bored and lazy. HAHA
  7. Silvia, our Civic gets us where we need to go and even when the plastic under the oil plug ripped to shreds, she just shrugged it off and is now smoothly purring.
  8. There are more important things in life than constant worrying.
  9. I get to read lots of interesting books for a project.
  10. YOU! What’s your youest of you events? Theodore wants to know!
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4 thoughts on “Ten Things of Thankful – June 25 2021”

  1. It is always great to have a car that just shrugs off the unfortunate things that happen. 🙂
    Glad that you found someway to help your daughter get some relief from the sciatica.
    Hope you get to see the new baby.
    Have a great week.

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    1. The new baby is so adorable. I don’t know when I will get to see her. It has been a long time since I could travel that far. The last time was for my sister’s service when I drove to Iowa from NC.


  2. Totally concur on Grat 8.
    Almost everything is more important than worrying, which only uses up energy, of which all of us receive only a certain, limited supply each day.
    Liking the non-Winter season
    Have an excellent week ahead.

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  3. The best advice my mom ever gave me was “Don’t borrow trouble.” If I catch myself worrying, especially about things out of my control, this becomes my mantra

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