Day 1 – thankful for Ruby and adoption for making us a family.
Day 2 – thankful for Jed – best husband and father.
Day 3 – thankful for sometimes waking up before the baby.
Day 4 – thankful for books. I can’t remember a time when I didn’t read and watching Ruby play with hers is the best gift.
Day 5 – thankful for healthcare coverage for my entire family and a clean bill of health for all.
Day 6 – thankful for sweater dresses and boot socks.
Day 7 – so thankful for my It’s All Yoga family.
Day 8 – thankful for generous friends.
Day 9 – thankful for a union job and parental leave so we can be at home to bond with our baby without worrying about our jobs.
Day 10 – thankful for massage.
Day 11 – thankful for the people in the armed services and their dedicated service to this country.
Day 12 – thankful for social media because it keeps me in touch with the outside world.
Day 13 – thankful for year round farmer’s markets.
Day 14 – thankful for long, hot baths after the baby goes to sleep.
Day 15 – thankful for music that inspires me to sing out loud.
Day 16 – thankful for the restorative powers of showers.
Day 17 - thankful for uninterrupted sleep in a way I never dreamed possible.
Day 18 - thankful for daily account summaries from my bank which remind me I’m not completely broke.
Day 19 - thankful for warm cozy blankets for naps on cool days.
Day 20 - thankful for central heat (and air).
Day 21 - thankful for early morning walks with lovely friends.
Day 22 - thankful for all the blogs I read and the Google Reader to keep them organized.
Day 23 - thankful for my yoga props: bolster, eye bag, strap, blankets, mat.
Day 24 - thankful for Ruby’s birth family. Our family wouldn’t be complete without their generosity.
Day 25 - thankful for the middle path.
Day 26 – thankful for whole days with nothing planned.
Day 27 – thankful for free shipping.
Day 28 – thankful for our house cleaning fairies.
Day 29 – thankful for YOU, my readers.
Day 30 – thankful for It’s All Yoga for the Attitude of Gratitude inspiration.
A special thank you to Amy Shearn over at The Oprah Life Life blog for the Attitude of Gratitude post.
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