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Hello July!

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Welcome July !

The Motto for July is:

Begin each day with a thank you!

Our world has gone smaller,

with staying at home more,

less interactions with people physically,

less hugs,

smiles we can’t see through masks (only in the eyes).

 

Life is different.

 

However attitudes towards everything might have changed in a positive way.

Priorities might have changed.

I am more grateful than ever for little things around me.

Thank you for nature,

thank you for my health,

thank you for my friends,

thank you for food,

thank you for all the people who are working hard to make life sort of normal,

thank you for each new day,

thank you for the sun,

thank you for my garden,

thank you

thank you

thank you

for all these things and so many more I’m not writing down.

Have a gratitude attitude!

 

Wishing you a thankful July!

 

 

Weekly Inspiration No 29 – Appreciate

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appreciate

is one of my favourite words:

It sound wonderful and has a lovely meaning:

appreciate  verb

recognize the full worth of.
  1. she feels that he does not appreciate her”
    synonyms: value, respect, prize, cherish, treasure, admire, hold in high regard, hold in esteem, rate highly, think highly of, think much of, have a high opinion of.

    used when you are thanking someone or showing that you are grateful:

 

Go for it

and appreciate everything,

it makes you feel good and grateful!

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 Much love

from me!

❤ ❤ ❤

 

Joy

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There is

Joy

in just being.

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When you’re out and about, whether it’s on foot or in a vehicle,

pause to appreciate your surroundings,

really seeing the things you take for granted every day.

You’ll be surprised at how much you missed before!

 

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Have a super joyful week!

 

My Favourite English Words

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English is not my native language but I have almost mastered it, still the odd mistakes creeping in. 🙂

I love the English language it sounds warm and soft to me, unlike the hard sounding German language , my mother tongue.

There are some words in the English language which I cannot properly translate and they are such beautiful words:

 

Cherish– a wonderful word with a wonderful meaning –

1. To treat with affection and tenderness; hold dear: cherish one’s family;

2. To keep fondly in mind; cherish a memory.

 

Appreciate – another great word and I love the meaning –

1. To recognize the quality, significance, or magnitude of: appreciated their freedom.

2. To be fully aware of or sensitive to; realize: I appreciate your problems.

3. To be thankful or show gratitude for: I really appreciate your help.

4. To admire greatly; value.

5. To raise in value or price, especially over time.

 

Then there are the funny sounding words like fuzzy or furry.

They sound exactly what they mean like an onomatapoeia.

 

I put this on my bedroom door haha

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