Feel Good Friday

I believe in an attitude of gratitude.  It’s easy to see the bad stuff in life; heck, none of us even need to work at that one.  But what you see is magnified, and this includes both troubles and blessings.  Which do you want more of?

th-1Lessons in gratitude from the dog.  If you read none of the other links this week, click this one.

Therapy dog help keeps a child with autism safe.

Volunteers pick fruit for food pantry.

9 year old collects 401 pounds of food to give to food banks.

Family gets to listen to their son’s heart live on in a veteran’s chest.

We all get choices.  Either you’re part of the solution, or you’re part of the problem.


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