As a long-distance grandma, there's this fact about me: I miss my grandsons. Daily. Sometimes hourly.
Thing is, despite missing my grandsons all.the.<cuss>.time, I have a pretty good life. I was reminded this week of just how good it is.
I have mornings that feature:
Hummingbirds on my deck...
Deer doing their daily doings while I walk my dogs...
And this heartwarming feeding I was thrilled to witness...
(Though I was chided for interrupting...)
All that while Pikes Peak keeps watch from the west...
And that's just my morning, just one small sliver of my day, my life. There's much more that's equally amazing, equally jaw-dropping awesome. How could I consider myself anything but blessed?
Though that's not really a lesson I learned this week, it's one I tend to forget. The sights above — all photographed yesterday morning — reminded me once more how blessed I am, despite missing my Megan and my grandsons. And reminders are nearly as good as a lesson, I think, especially when reminded again and again, just as I was yesterday.
So there you have it: I am blessed. And that is what I learned — or re-learned — this week.
(Now if I could only learn how to not miss my grandsons.)
I'm off for the weekend! Best wishes for a lovely one for you and yours. I look forward to seeing you here again Monday. Cheers!
What did you learn this week?