#365daysofgratitude – Week 14

For the last two years, I have taken part in a daily gratitude challenge – sharing one photo a day on Instagram of something I am grateful for. It’s taught me to look for the little things and has made me a more positive person. Even on the difficult days, I have managed to find something that I can be thankful for. It’s now become such a positive part of my life that I’ve decided to keep going for a third year. To find something in every day that I am thankful for, no matter how small. These weekly summaries have become a lovely way of looking back across the week, and a reminder that I have so much to be thankful for. These are the things that I have been thankful this week:


Day 91 – I am grateful for a fun afternoon at the Needles. I love that Sophie still managed to find some sand to build a sandcastle on a shingle beach.

Day 92 – I am grateful for a trip on the steam train – even if the girls did sleep through most of the journey!

Day 93 – I am grateful for a lovely afternoon exploring Godshill Model Village.


Sophie with a sandcastle at the Needle;, Sophie watching a steam train go past; hubby, Jessica and Sophie at Bembridge Windmill; Jessica and Sophie at Godshill Model Village; Sophie sitting on a toadstool at Blackgang Chine; me, hubby, Jessica and Sophie sitting on a bench in a garden; Jessica making a mosaic tile - "#365daysofgratitude - Week 14"


Day 94 – I am grateful for another lovely day exploring with my family. So nice to see Jessica with a little more energy today too.

Day 95 – I am grateful for spring sunshine and the girls having a fun time at Blackgang Chine.

Day 96 – I am grateful for a lovely relaxed day out with my family – it has been so nice just to enjoy quality time together this week. I’ve enjoyed being in our own little bubble.

Day 97 – I am grateful for a fun morning meeting up with friends at Brading Roman Villa for our last day on the Island. The girls had fun making their own mosaics.

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