of all the little things they love.
I read this once, in a book written by a women living with ALS (Until I Say Goodbye. My Year of Living With Joy. Susan Spencer-Wendel ) And you know, I agree. I think a list like this can help you sort of fine tune your interests and show you what makes you, YOU. I think a list like this can help foster gratitude and appreciation for your blessings and privilege. I think a list like this can help filter out the wheat from the chaff in a world obsessed with things that don’t really matter in the long run. And I think a list like this can help you when you have a sad. Big or small.
I bring you part one of mine. and I want to see yours. Won’t you play too?
Part One-Little Things I Love.
- Every dog that lives or ever has.
- Ditto cats.
- Ditto any pet.
- Ditto any animal. Even the yucky ones like slugs and worms.
- People who bring me rocks and wood.
- The colour blue.
- Peaches and nectarines.
- Penticton, BC.
- Tilley Hats.
- Old photos.
- Water to drink and play in.
- Good memories.
- Waterproof jackets.
- Warm and gentle rain.
- Homegrown fruit and veggies.
- A well stock fridge, freezer and pantry.
- Love and affection.
Now its your turn. Create your own list. Either share it on your own blog (and if we’re not connected yet , comment and share the link) or share the whole thing here, in the comments! I want to know what you love!