Sunday clears away the rust of the whole week.
January 31st -thankful Sunday
Sunday: A day to refuel your soul and be graetful for you blessings. Take a deep breath and relax. Enjoy your family, your friends, and a cup of coffee.
However you may spend your Sunday, make sure you spend it doing something you like to do, that you don’t do the rest of the week. Sunday’s are as special as you are.
We all need a time out now and then and Sunday’s my day to rest. I have plenty of time to reflect on what was good in my week and I call it counting my blessings.
This week was a terribly cold one for us in Ohio, but thankfully I do have a warm and cosy home to enjoy .
I have central heating that works just fine. And I am always cozy and comfortable. But if I have to go out I also have some warm clothing to wear. A coat, some cloves, and a warm hat on my head.
I’m thankful for our pharmacists going the extra mile and providing the vaccine for us . I got my shot on Friday and am thankful to say that I have an appointment next month for the 2nd dose. I had no bad side effects at all. Matter of fact my arm didn’t hurt like it usually does from the flu shot.
I’m thankful I didn’t have to wait outside for hours in the cold, which could it could have been an alternative here where I live. They had shots available at our our community college, but warned it would include a long wait.
I can only hope at this point many more can receive the vaccine before they get sick with the virus. So far now new cases have been reported in my family. Every one is healthy and safe. That is truly something to be thankful for.
I’m thankful that DD and DS#5 stopped in this week. He put away all the storage bins that I got boxed up from Christmas and DD helped to organized a few things that had just been cluttering up space here. Their help is so appreciated.
I’m also thankful for a call from DS#6 made on FaceTime. My grandson proudly showed off his lego table and the projects he has been working on. It was so good to see all of them.
I hope your week has had lots to be thankful for too.
There is always something to be thankful for.
A Sunday well spent brings a week of content