I am grateful for smiles from strangers.
I’m grateful for the sun, the moon, and the stars.
I’m grateful for the rain.
I’m grateful for the quiet that comes when the rain ceases.
I am grateful for old ladies who smell like sweet potato pie and peppermint sticks.
I am grateful for the brother who was out on Lakeshore yesterday with his amp, blessing the world with his soulful baritone.
I am grateful for my friend, my elder, Terry De Grace who invited me and my mother to her Christmas Eve church services yesterday at the Plymouth UCC Chruch of Jazz and Justice.
I am grateful for the message of hope and faith.
I am grateful that even in the face of a reality that tells us we shouldn’t be here, some of us still believe and struggle for life and joy and FREEDOM.
I am grateful for those of us who believe that what is, does not determine what will/can be.
I am grateful for the solstice ritual that Fly and Jay invited me to.
I am grateful for the end of this time according to the Mayan calendar.
What are you grateful for today?