Saturday, November 17, 2012

Sunday Gratitude Link Up #5

Welcome to the weekly Sunday Gratitude Linkup.

I hope you are linking up today to share your gratitude, thanksgiving, or reflection posts. For many months, I have been posting my gratitude journal every Sunday. I use a gratitude journal to keep me thinking more positive, especially when I'm not feeling so blessed. Recently, I began the Sunday Gratitude Linkup to invite other bloggers to do the same. I hope you will join me!

This week I have seen an influx of gratitude and thanksgiving posts on the blogs I read. I enjoy reading these posts so much. One list covered the whole gammut of things to be thankful for. Jesus and Spiced Pumpkin Lattes on the same list. My kind of girl! 

I love to visit each blog linking up with me for Sunday Gratitudes. I thought it would be nice to begin highlighting a blog from each prior week. This week I am choosing Kaye from This Everyday Life of Mine. She posts daily gratitude with pictures. I like to think Kaye and I would hit it off if we ever met. She is a military wife of a retired Navy guy. She has three sons who she obviously adores and she loves to sew. She also has the most scenic walking route I have every seen.  Please stop by and say hello to Kaye!

With that, let's get started!
Here are a few simple guidelines to keep true to the Gratitude Linkup:

Post your 'gratitude post' URL, not your blog URL. Click on the title of your gratitude post, copy the URL from the address bar. Paste into the Inlinkz. 

Link back to this blog in your post. Grab the Sunday Gratitude button or use a text link. What is a text link? It's 'linking up here' kind of thing. This will help spread the word about the Sunday Gratitude Linkup and give others a chance to participate.

Read others gratitude posts, leave a comment, and encourage them to continue posting.

Let your gratitude overflow!



  1. Awww...thank you for featuring me!! I'm really enjoying my 30 Days of Thankfulness and your Sunday Gratitudes. It's easy to get dragged down by the tiny irritating moments in life. Being mindful of the positives has been a good thing, for sure, and I am definitely blessed.

  2. I linked up a gratitude link up to a gratitude link up! That's a lot of thanks!