This is the fourth post in my resurrected practice of writing lists of things I am grateful for. The first, second and third posts in this series are here, here and here respectively. Others from the more distant past may be found here.
- I’m grateful for the powerful imagery of #wings
- I’m grateful for the story of Pookie, the rabbit who could fly
- I’m grateful I video recorded the 2012 Easter egg hunt I had with my mom who lived with dementia and who died in 2016
- I’m grateful for being able to comment on everything under the sun through my poetry. This piece, which I wrote in 2017 and called “the easter parade” is, sadly, still relevant
- I’m grateful for the thinning scissors someone leant me to take the heaviness out of my hair; now I just need to learn how to use them
- I’m grateful for all the frontline workers worldwide who are fighting to save lives in the midst of this coronavirus pandemic
- I’m grateful for the inspiration of amazing people like Chris Koch (the video makes me cry every time, and woo hoo he’s an Albertan!)
- I’m grateful I always give it all I’ve got, and rarely give up
- I’m grateful I have my own little house
- I’m grateful I can look out the window
- I’m grateful for the Easter Bunny
- I’m grateful to be a river
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