Monthly Archives: March 2014
Day 260: I have gratitude for the nearly twelve hours of sunlight we had today. With winter ending and spring starting, the days are getting longer yielding more sunlight. It is amazing what the extra light can do to one’s … Continue reading
Day 259: I have gratitude for the vision and friendliness of a landscaper that came to help us design our back and front yard space to be more amenable to the boys. It was nice meeting and getting to know … Continue reading
Day 258: I have gratitude for a young child at church with Down Syndrome who came up and gave me and Caden a hug and wished us a good day. The joy in his eyes was as pure as I’ve … Continue reading
Day 257: I have gratitude for my first run with Callan. I used to run with Caden often, but the cold winter and his desire to run around himself has limited that. Callan is now big enough for the jogging … Continue reading
Day 256: I have gratitude for being home. Even though it was a short trip away, there is no feeling like being back home with my family.
Day 255: I have gratitude for the neat juxtaposition of an old rustic farm next to the (relatively) modern airport in Dayton. It is fun to explore new places even when only in passing through. Such was the case today … Continue reading
Day 254: I have gratitude for the thoughtfulness of the folks at the Chick-fil-A I visited tonight–they had Cheerios for babies. With a son soon approaching such food, it was an unexpected gesture they showed in having the food free … Continue reading
Day 253: I have gratitude for some time to finally organize part of our office. With all of the other projects, this was not a priority. It was nice to unpack books and organize at least one shelf (at this … Continue reading
Day 252: I have gratitude for the playground in our neighborhood. In our previous two neighborhoods, we did not have a local playground so close….this is a very short walk down the street.
Day 251: I have gratitude for Callan and his continued growth and development…he has now moved onto solid foods which has seemed so fast (I swear he was just born)…time is flying fast!