OUR DAILY GRATEFUL POST!

TODAY I AM GRATEFUL FOR SIMPLE PLEASURES!

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KEEP TODAY SIMPLE AND SMILE   🙂

what are you grateful for ~ please share…

Thank you!

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27 thoughts on “OUR DAILY GRATEFUL POST!

  1. I will tell you what I am grateful for today
    1. I am grateful that my daughter is taking to me again and sharing things with me.
    2. This goes for both daughters.
    3. I am grateful that my pain at the bottom of my left thumb has almost completely disappeared.
    4. I am supremely grateful that two workers who I used to meet on my daily walks around my university and gave me vague glances that did not bode well, were not there today and I had peaceful walks around.
    Susie

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  2. Ah yes, simple pleasures. Today I’m grateful for planting a new lot of seedlings in my garden, for sunshine and for my family. Hugs xo

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  3. Today I must say, simple pleasures is top of my list too! What a beautiful, simple day I’ve had. A reminder for us all to enjoy the simple pace of life fro time to time – wishing you a wonderful day Deb xx

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    • Thanks Hay!! Simple days are the best days….here’s to striving for the simple pace in life!! Hope your days continue to be as beautiful as today was!! xo 🙂 I must pop over for a visit…it’s been way too long…I’ll see you this weekend!!

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  4. Adorable post today! Simple pleasures are wonderful because there are so many that we don’t pay attention to many of them anymore. Being grateful helps us to see those simple pleasures once again! Good morning Deb! I hope you have a peaceful day today at work and are able to get lots done with very few interruptions. ((HUGS!!)) xoxoxo

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  5. I am grateful for love…

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  6. I am grateful that my fiancé is taking care of me while I am sick with a sinus infection.

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    • Oh no those are awful especially in the beginning until you get it under control with antibiotics!! I’m grateful that your fiancé is taking care of you too!! I hope you are feeling better real soon. xo

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    • I’m allergic to almost every antibiotic out there. I’m stuck with bed rest, vitamins and minerals, chicken soup, and NyQuill. This strand of sinus infection lasts two f***ing weeks.

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    • Oh no! How awful for you…here are some tips without antibiotics…
      Rest. Your body needs rest to fight the infection. Try to rest as much as you can, especially in the first few days.
      Drink warm liquids. Drinking warm water, tea, and other liquids helps thin and loosen mucus. This helps it drain away faster.
      Breathe warm, moist air. The steam from a warm shower or bath, or from a kettle of boiling water helps to loosen mucus and soothe your throat.
      Keep your head up on a pillow when you lie down. This helps keep postnasal drip from going into the back of your throat.
      Gargle to soothe your throat. Use half a teaspoon of salt stirred into a glass of warm water.
      Rinse your nose. Saltwater sprays or nasal irrigation kits may make you feel better. Make sure you follow the directions.
      Be careful with over-the-counter remedies. Some nasal drops or sprays contain oxymetazoline (Afrin, Neosynephrine Nighttime, and generic store brands). These may help for a few days. But they can make you more stuffed up if you use them longer than three days.
      If you still feel stuffed up after three days, try generic pseudoephedrine pills. They cost less than the brand-name (Sudafed) but work just as well. You need to ask the pharmacist for them because they are kept behind the counter. But check with your doctor first, since they can cause serious side effects.
      Avoid allergy medicines (antihistamines, like Benadryl or Claritin). They do not relieve cold symptoms very much. And they can cause unpleasant side effects, such as dizziness, dry mouth, headache, and sleepiness. (American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology) Hope it doesn’t last two weeks!! xo

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    • Thank you for the tips. I have been taking benadryl to calm my allergies, but I should stop taking those. Tomorrow, I will grab Sudafed and run errands before seeing my uncle for a bit. He is in the same state visiting.

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    • You’re welcome! I hope they help and be sure to get rest!!! Enjoy your visit with your Uncle too. xo

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  7. Now Deb! This is simply too Good but difficult to digest.
    If it was so good to digest like an Ice Cream the world would have been a wonderful, peaceful, contented, lovable, happy and paradise like place to live in.
    Leaving aside the world we can live like that. I agree in TOTO!
    Shiva
    xo

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  8. Now Deb! This is simply too Good but difficult to digest.
    If it was so good to digest like an Ice Cream the world would have been a wonderful, peaceful, contented, lovable, happy and paradise like place to live in.

    Leaving aside the world we can live like that. I agree in TOTO!
    Shiva
    xo
    Now see this is not getting posted.

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