Sharing Love and Gratitude

No fancy words or platitude

can beat the simple attitude

of sharing love and gratitude. -Cait Stanley

I just love this card ~ even more, I love the quote.  You know, Thanksgiving is around the corner ~ a day of sharing love and gratitude with family, friends and others.  Have you counted your blessings lately?  Truly, I wish that we could keep the attitude of gratitude going all the year through instead of just concentrated during the holidays.

I teach people to be thankful, to be grateful, to enjoy blessings in their lives & to send out love.

Imagine if not just at Thanksgiving were we to get together with our friends and family ~ bowing our heads in thanksgiving, blessing the abundance we’ve been given and celebrating the feeling that love, friendship and blessings are in the air and all around us.

Wouldn’t it be nice?

Well, you can…you can do it for 30 days if you wish!

There’s an easy, inexpensive way to send a card a day in gratitude through SendOutCards.  You can keep Thanksgiving going this year ~ for a full 30 days with the Gratitude Challenge!  It’s designed to make it easy for you to send a card a day to tell someone how you feel ~ how grateful you are for them in your life!  You can upload pictures into the card and even add a QR Code to allow your recipient to watch your own video!

Isn’t $1 a day worth it to send a smile through a heartfelt card to celebrate your relationships?

A friend, a loved one, a family member, an old lost relationship ~

Yes, it is that simple…just click on the link below to see what it’s all about…

Take Day One for Free ~ My Treat!

30 Day Gratitude Challenge

xo

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