Monday, October 6, 2008

Give Me The Grateful Life - Monday

It is Monday, again.
Can someone tell me where my weekend went?
I blinked and POOF it was gone.
Lately, I feel like this every day.
How do I stop this hamster wheel I'm on and B-R-E-A-T-H-E?

  Being grateful is a start.  Additional suggestions are MORE THAN welcome:

  1. I am grateful that I am FINALLY feeling better.
  2. I am grateful that now that I am finally feeling better, I can resume my morning walks.
  3. I am grateful (and optimistic) that now that I can resume my morning walks, my anxiety level will drop back to it's "normal" levels.
  4. I am grateful for my dog trainer and E-collar.

What are you grateful for this Monday?

P.S. Thanks to everyone who entered the contest.  Later on today, I will post a poll where you will choose the three eye-concealers I will sample.  Help me, help you (and me, of course) look beautiful.


InTheFastLane said...

My weekend does the same thing. Part of the problem is that I fill it up with dumb stuff like laundry and cleaning bathrooms. Blech.

I am grateful the the laundry is done and does not need to be done again until next weekend :)

Manic Mommy said...

I am grateful for a husband who worries over me stressing out about cracking-up the car rather than stressing about the cracked-up car.

I am so very grateful for our weekend away to, as Mrs. G so aptly put it, "get our groove back."

I am beyond grateful that I'm beginning to feel like myself again.

Liz said...

I am grateful that I spent part of my weekend having a yard sale - made $60!

I am grateful that next weekend is a three-day-weekend!

I am grateful to be going to BlogHer in Boston next weekend also - I'm looking forward to meeting other bloggers in person and learning how to take my blog to the next level!

Last but not least, I am grateful that my little brother arrived home safely last week after a tour of duty in Iraq - now I can finally stop worrying about him.

Florinda said...

I'm grateful that my Monday morning drive to work started off with a tire blowout/flat on the 118 Freeway (which I handled very well, by the way - it didn't escalate into anything worse, and I've already had it fixed). No, I'm serious. A week that starts off that way HAS to get better!

I'm also grateful for the way that things seem to be falling into place for our upcoming move - even if it IS making my husband nervous that things are going TOO well!

Lynn - the piggy bank painter said...

I'm grateful that I didn't get rid of my old printer when the new one came and decided not to work. Really, I print every day and I need my printer : )

Have you entered to win Petunia Pig?

texasholly said...

It DID go by fast.

I am grateful for my sleeping toddler.
I am grateful for the rain today (and hope it is sunny tomorrow)
I am grateful for the good take out food tonight.
I am grateful for another day...

ByJane said...

I am grateful for your posts and your comments because MISERY LOVES COMPANY!!!!

Headless Mom said...

I am grateful that H. Dad has a good job that also pays overtime.

Here's to ringing telephones!

P.S. Original said...

I am grateful I spotted a bird chasing a fat squirrel through the trees today.
Im grafeful for my sister who can read my mind and finish my sentences.
Im grateful for hot showers on sore backs.
Im grateful for heaps and heaps of mashed potatoes with a stick of butter.

Elaine said...

I am grateful for all the people who cheered us walkers along the route during the Breast Cancer 3-Day route in Washington, DC over the weekend.

I am grateful for better awareness and improved treatment which allowed several friends to detect their cancer early and take action.

I am grateful that my blisters have popped, a step closer to healing.

the mama bird diaries said...

I am grateful that there is less than a month left to this election. Because that is driving my anxiety.

merlotmom said...

I am grateful for all of your comments (specifically for you bloggers who don't leave EMAIL ADDRESSES so I can respond personally - YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE!)

©2010 All rights reserved. Reproductions of any portion of this website only at the express permission of