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Gratitude

After a weekend of really hot weather and horrible storms across much of the north eastern United States I was really happy when got up this morning to discover it was 75 degrees outside.  I was able to sit on the deck and write my morning pages then I dashed down to the studio so I could throw some pots with the door open, enjoying the fresh air.  I was so thankful for the cool breezes.

When the mail came I had a letter from my health insurance telling me that I will now get well woman health exams and more covered 100%.  Thank you President Obama everyone else that helped to make this possible for me and for all of the people that really need these changes.

While I'm in an attitude of gratitude let me thank you all for reading and commenting on this blog and on my facebook page.  It's really nice to know that people are reading what I'm writing, that people are interested in my pottery and in me.  I am feeling a sense of community with the frequent commenters and I love that.  I consider you friends who I just haven't met face to face.  I'd be happy to do that one day.
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I thankful for many more things than this but I'm not going to write them all out for you.  I simply wanted to take a few minutes and express some thanks.

What are you grateful for?

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  1. Your blog is great Lori, you write some very inspiring posts, I always enjoy reading them! Now don't get kidnapped by fb all together :)
    Hoping for another cool morning tomorrow, fingers crossed

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    1. Thank you Tracey, how sweet of you. Don't worry about me getting kidnapped by FB...now pintrest is another story:-) I'm crossing my fingers for all of us too.

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  2. Lori - it has been a pleasure to read your blog and share your pottery and your life online. Here's hoping for a chance to meet and talk pots (someday!!)

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    1. Thanks Julia, I've really been enjoying reading your blog about life on the farm. Since I have family in southern Idaho I can even envision some of your landscape. Maybe one day we will meet when I'm out west visiting.

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  3. I am up today waiting to meet a blogger who will have traveled many miles to get here. Today 3 other women who live in NC and also read her words will come here to meet with her. She and 2 others will stay the night.
    We have never meet in person- how wonderful this has all been to meet a new community of people. I think of us as all long lost family coming together.
    One day we should do the same.

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    1. Hi Meredith, that sounds like fun for all of you. If you ever have plans to come to Atlanta please let me know, you're more than welcome to stay here (you have to like dogs) and I'd love to visit your pottery one day.

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  4. As usual you have given me food for thought.....Puleeze! Don't stop blogging.

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    1. Thanks Suze, I hope to keep blogging as long as the ideas keep coming.

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  5. Thanks...me too, grateful for blogger friends. I really enjoy your posts, and especially seeing and hearing about your pottery. (I think I may need the 12 step program for blogger-holics soon!)

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    1. Sometimes I think the same way Barbara. Maybe we could start a 12 step group for blogger-holics, since we're so spread out we should do it in a blog format...oh, never mind.

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  6. I am grateful to have the opportunity to make pots full time. Sometimes I want to pinch myself!
    The blogging community is an important dimension to my pottery making and lifestyle. This community often helps me start and end my day. Thank you for being part of it!

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    1. I feel the same Michele, it's hard to believe we are this fortunate. I'm also glad for the Pottery Pals that we have formed with Gary.

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  7. HUGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGS to you and your pup :) And i am grateful too for our pottery gang1

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