Would you please help me remember to count my blessings each and every day in the new year.
I know, I know, this is the same thing I ask for every year and you might think I would have this one figured out by now, but, it's too easy to get swept away by the terrible things that have happened in the world, to let fear take over, or, to let dissatisfaction sour life. Today and every day here after, I will celebrate that I am blessed to have a wonderful and supportive spouse, a son who has grown into a man we are very proud of, a snug and cozy home, a garden that makes me smile, and, the best friends-here in town and all across the blogasphere- that a girl could ever want.
While I have your ear Santa, please, please make sure, my dear friends and loved ones have a holiday filled with love, friendship and celebration.
Gail Eichelberger is a gardener and therapist in Middle Tennessee. She loves wildflowers and native plants and thoroughly enjoys writing about the ones she grows at Clay and Limestone. She reminds all that the words and images are the property of the author and cannot be used without written permission.
Lovely! I hope Santa brings you this and more. Merry Christmas to you and yours.ReplyDelete
Sweet! I think you already do remember those things. I hear it in your voice all the time. Happy Christmas.~~DeeReplyDelete
Happy Christmas GailReplyDelete
I think your sentiment is wonderful. I have been watching my two sons, men now, this afternoon and I am so proud of them. It is important to remember what we are blessed with
Hope 2013 is excellent for you and your family
A boy could want for nothing else either. Happy holidays to you and your family.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas to you and yours Gail. I know you will get your wish because you are such a good girl. :)ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas Gail and have a wonderful 2013.ReplyDelete
A perfect request from Father Christmas, dear Gail. May you and yours have the most wonderful Christmas ever.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas Gail to you and yours...Happiest of New Years in 2013!ReplyDelete
This is my resolution for the coming year, too. Wishing you a very Merry Christmas, Gail!ReplyDelete
Have a merry Christams filled with warmth, and a wonderful 2013.ReplyDelete
I agree, Gail, that's a perfect gift to ask Santa for. Merry Christmas, to you and your family! Thank you for all your support this year. We are blessed to have you, and your wonderful blog.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas to you and the family.ReplyDelete
Beautiful sentiment and yes, that is what I want for Christmas as well.ReplyDelete
Thanks for this post, Gail.ReplyDelete
I'm super-excited because my landscaper just added a bunch of Hypericum frondosum to my front yard. Can't wait to see the show next year!! :)
I think having an attitude of gratitude is very healthy. There is always so much to be thankful for. Thank you for the reminder. Cheers.ReplyDelete
A wonderful reminder. Happy New Year!ReplyDelete
Good thoughts Gail. Happy New Year.ReplyDelete