- A lifetime of wonderful Christmas memories.
- To have been able to give generously with my heart.
- I’ve learned how to receive gifts graciously.
- To share love and encouragement wherever I can.
- Christmas carols, who cares if I’m off key.
- To have a laptop that brings the world to me.
- To have a laptop that allows me to explore anywhere in the world.
- For the many writing projects completed with joy this year.
- For new writing projects starting in January. I love starting something new.
For my family and friends even though I don’t see them all.
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I am also thankful for my laptop; without it, I wouldn’t be here. 🙂
yes, just because i use it everyday-many hours a day- i don’t want to take it for granted. thanks for your comment.
excellent ‘Grat Structuring’!*
#2, 3 & 4 so valuable and so difficult to learn.
Have a good week.
*am as much a fan of varied presentation as I am of specific content
Thanks Clark. It took me nearly a lifetime to learn how to receive graciously, (allowing someone else the pleasure of giving) took a lot of practice.
Lovely list and I share in these sentiments.
thanks. we are definitely like-minded.
Great list! I look forward to new writing projects in the new year too.
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Christmas carols sung with whatever voice one has or has left is appreciated by He who created us.
A beautiful list! Simple and perfect!