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I am grateful to have learned about how meditation works on our physiology and the seven states of meditation.

It takes only 1% percent of our 24 hours, which comes to 14.4 minutes, to bring growth and positive changes into our lives. Wow!

Check out my meditation view!


I ended up sleeping in due to watching movies rather than sleeping on my flight and from playing in the rain… I love the rain…

So I ended up eating a local favorite for lunch! Fish Fry! Look at the size of the fish!

I also had Birch Beer, because I have never had it before. The server had given me a taste of it before I committed to it. It is a stronger flavored root beer.

20141017-121406.jpgBesides a long delay at the airport due to the weather, I was grateful for the easy red-eye flight which I spent watching movies rather than sleeping. ๐Ÿ˜ The most coolest part was that I was able to do an act of kindness on the plane.

I was grateful to easily acclimate to the mid-size automatic rental car (I’ve only have had small, manual 2-door sports cars) with some cool gadgetry, and my drive was relatively easy–eventhough sometimes the car felt so big!

I’ve also managed to figure out my way around so I know where all the cool places to eat now. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Even at a small Asian Cafe that serves Artisanal Mexican Cola with their dishes.

(For 10/16/14)

I am grateful that I have a confidante at work whom I can talk to. Sometimes you just need someone who can just listen and understand.

20141014-202929.jpgI came upon two books by Pam Grout at the library–The 100 Best Vacations To Enrich Your Life and The 100 Best Volunteer Vacations To Enrich Your Life.

I have always been fascinated by volunteer vacations so to find a compilation is a pretty cool thing to understand what’s out there that maybe I can do.

20141013-205422.jpg“Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.”–William Arthur Ward

Today marks day 365 of my 365 days of gratitude project. Besides completing a bucket list item, I can honestly say that this gratitude project has changed my life, for the better…

Knowing how much gratitude has gifted me with a different perception about myself, others, and the world around me, how can I stop? ๐Ÿ˜

So to another 365 days of gratitude! ๐Ÿ’•

20141012-091830.jpgHow did I miss it! My blog turned a year old, and I missed it. LOL! Busy-ness, Life, et al… Ah, the trappings of life!

I am grateful I found this notification as a reminder of how much I do love my blog–eventhough I haven’t spent as much time on it lately–save for my gratitude journal which is reaching a year! Wow!

I also miss visiting your blogs and reading your posts, too. I was glad I had some moments to visit some blogs this morning. Soon though, I will have more time to do so. I can’t wait to visit yours and read your latest thoughts, poems, and stories!

20141011-183328.jpgI am grateful that we (my brother, sister, and I) had a chance to celebrate dinner with Mom for her birthday. We shared this bountiful dinner. The prime rib was a huge slab. LOL!

20141010-122918.jpgI just attended an Aunt’s funeral. My cousins are now orphans. I can’t even imagine what they are going through. My heart goes out to them. I am grateful to have been there for them.

It is yet another reminder of how short life is, and another reminder to live it joyously and without regrets.

May you all live your life as happily as you can. My blessings to each of you and your loved ones.

I am grateful that I didn’t misplace my work mobile phone! It was securely hanging out in one of my drawers! Yay!

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