Tagged as #gratitude.


family portrait

I believe that families should always communicate. This can, however, be a challenge when your only apparent relative is dead. Even though my Nanna isn't with us anymore, conversations with her can get a bit one-sided; it's hard to get a word in edgewise over her demented shrieking and wailing. My advice: when a loved-one dies, do not hire a witch doctor to be a funeral director.
Ecard text: Thank you for turning me into one of those mysterious people who never talk about their families.

simple genetics

I watch TV, so I consider myself pretty well-informed. So I know that Thanksgiving started in America but, like baseball, it just hasn't really taken off anywhere else. When you're saying what you're grateful for, remember to keep it random. "I'm thankful for surviving the Walrus Incident" should keep them guessing.
Ecard text: This Thanksgiving I plan on being thankful for my ancestor's genetic resistance to small pox.

proofs of gratitude

Ecard text: 'Happy Valentines Day. I know you feel grateful right now. But I guess I dont really know just how grateful you feel... Note: proofs of gratitude can involve two or more of your better-looking friends and a jar of maple syrup.'

doing that thing

Ecard text: Thank you for doing that thing for me that I probably won't remember when it's your turn to need a favor because I'll be too busy being utterly awesome.

so this is gratitude

Ecard text: thanks. so this is what gratitude feels like. huh.