I'm celebrating each Saturday or Sunday with Ruth Ayres at Discover Play Build.
I love reading your celebrations, too.
Today: loving this quote on my desk: "Barn burnt. Now I can see the moon."
I attended a potluck luncheon with my bookstore group last Sunday. It's the annual meeting to visit, and I enjoyed meeting many of the volunteers that mostly I'll only connect to through e-mail. I'm celebrating kindness and niceness today. The person who welcomed me and trained me, then has given much support since he is the one I'm replacing as the volunteer coordinator. During this transition with new learning, and a myriad of names that have no faces, a varied schedule, I have been so grateful for his timely, and humorous, answers. He's made the complexities navigable. Whew!
In the face of much stress while watching this particular and peculiar election year, I celebrate that I know it can be different. It could mean a clear delineation of future plans for our country, plans that have a chance of implementation. That can include plans for good things to happen for our children, our poor and for education, in addition to making productive and positive connections to all the world. And I know that having conflicting opinions do not make scurrilous attacks necessary. It can be different. I celebrate than I can vote, which I'll be doing next Tuesday evening!
Each day, I celebrate our blue, blue skies and sometimes gorgeous clouds. We've had incredibly warm weather in the new year, and pulling out short sleeves from the summer stash has been terrific. Those shirts welcome spring and feel very good.