for the past two years, i’ve led an online gratitude party. one week of making daily notes of the gratitude within our hearts. would you like to join me?
if you have a blog, you can leave a link to your posts in the comment section and you can use the button below for your blog. if you don’t write a blog, but still want to play along, please do! you can leave notes in the comment section, links to your flickr site, email me privately…or move through this quietly on your own at home. whatever feels right for you.
there are no rules. you can use photos, words, or a combination thereof. just think about what you’re grateful for each day for a week. on a given day, it might be one thing or it might be ten. share every day or one day. there are no rules. if you’re playing along, the dates will be november 11-17.
now let’s get this gratitude party started…
sending a little love your way, m
here’s a button for your use:
please link button back to:
20 thoughts on “gratitude week is coming…november 11-17”
will you remind us about this on the 11th? I’ve got an unusually busy week that week, but want to join you all!
yes, i’ll remind everyone!!! xo
Today this is what I decided to share. http://lifeinthewyldewest.wordpress.com/2013/11/01/the-history-of-our-gratitude-tree/
Now I need to move your button to my blog….if I can figure out that sort of technology;)
opps. I just realized it doesn’t begin until the 11th.
never too early to begin!!!!
The last two years I did a gratitude photo and explanation for the entire month. I really enjoyed slowing down and appreciating all I have in my life….from the little things (a warm cuppa joe every morning) to the big things (good health, a happy family). This is such a great practice whether it is in November or anytime of the year. I look forward to reading/seeing your posts, M! And, I am grateful for you!
i’m doing a gratitude month! i’ll link up with you :)
what a lovely idea.
Yes, I’ll join in! Love this idea!
What a wonderful idea Michelle. I loved this last year and nothing has changed this. As we round up the year and approach what can be a very acquisitive season of Christmas it is good to take stock and be thankful for what we have.
Enjoy your weekend,
I love gratitude week! Thank you, Michelle!
will be there with bells on….