Feeling grateful for autumn splendour:
To shake up my daily gratitude journal writing a little, I thought I’d go through the alphabet. So let’s start at the very beginning, a very good place to start…
And while I could sit here all day long coming up with the longest list of A’s to be grateful for – of which there are oh so very many – I’m choosing the first A that comes into my mind.
And today, that A is autumn.
Mother Nature’s glorious palette of golds, reds and oranges is a treat for the eyes…
… the crunch crunch crunching of the leaves underfoot makes my spirits soar…
… and the craft of leaf rubbing delights my inner child.
I appreciate how this season’s stunning beauty softens the blow of summer ending. Of course I’m not keen on the colder climate, the shorter days, and the approach of winter, but autumn’s stunning leaf art outshines all the other seasons.
I just love those glorious blue sky days when the sun illuminates the trees. I especially love my tree, the one I can see from my bed. And on those dark and dreary days when the sun pops out to say hello, I can’t take my eyes off its gorgeous golden glow.
Thank you autumn, you truly are one of Mother Nature’s best shows.
I’d also like to give an honourable mention to my altar. Since I spend most of my time in my bedroom, I’m so thankful that I’ve been able to transform a little part of it into my very own personal altar.
My spiritual space is calming, peaceful and safe; like a warm, comforting embrace. It’s full of beautiful positive energy, with things to lift my spirits and fill my heart: my buddha, candles, cards, singing bowl and chimes, sage smudge stick, and my sleeping cherub, mini Ganesha and Shiva statues.
I could go on and on with A’s I’m grateful for, but I’ll stop right now 🙂
I’d love to hear what ‘A’ you are grateful for today…