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Sunday Gratitude – May 24, 2015

What a week!  I feel like I did oodles of stuff and yet not really (!)  Been feeling happy and had to share that yesterday.  I think I’ll be doubling the list in the near future – well, adding another 50, not another 100!  Though who knows?  I may find even more things that make me feel joy.

Gratitude List

  1. The Zinger is sold!  It took a couple of weeks but the trailer has a new owner.
  2. Ever so thankful to François for allowing me to park it in his field during that time.
  3. Went to see Les Grands Ballets Canadiens rendition of “Death and the Maiden” with TAZ. What a wonderful ballet.  Thanks Cathy!  Any time you need to get rid of tickets, I’m your girl!
  4. We had a great Mary Kay make-up practice session at Anouk’s.  Lots of laughs and the models seemed to enjoy what we did to their faces!  Gaining more confidence with each session.
  5. I have this lovely friend from high school whom I see once in a blue moon ~ once every year or so!  We were long overdue and I was quite pleased to get a ring from him this week. It’s funny how some people you can just continue the conversation with a huge lapse of time in between! Merci Marc!



30 thoughts on “Sunday Gratitude – May 24, 2015

  1. Glad you had such a great week, Dale and feeling happy. Seems like you can run into people from your childhood and start up a conversation like no time has passed at all. Funny how that works. Hope your upcoming week is just as pleasant.

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    • Oh…they were not free! But since they have a
      Season tickets, they were a great price!
      It’s not for everyone (my sister and bro-in-law walked out of one – I’d like to think at intermission!) I don’t claim to always get it, but I still enjiy watching their bodies move. This time was amazing! Front row so we could even hear them breathe!

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        • Absolutely awesome! Wouldn’t you be a happy camper to get front row tickets to DWTS!
          As for this particular ballet, it was 1 hour 25 minutes, no intermission and no acts per se; one part flowed into the next. Quite beautiful, actually!


    • Thanks Vivi – I must admit I’ve been having a lot more happy. Was a moment of sadness for another closed chapter followed by huge relief that I no longer have to worry about it!

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