Gratitude List – October 2016

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  2. This is heartwarming, how have I not seen these posts before!

    Also, tell me more about the Kindle cover 😛

  3. Suman Kher says:

    Wow! I can see a lot gratitude lists in your related posts. I think this is a great habit which all of us should have – being thankful for what we have. And we should do this from time to time. In our everyday life, we are busy pursuing things that we want or aspire to without looking at the blessings we already have. And when I think about feeling gratitude, I think my first thought goes to the fact that I am healthy and can move around without pain. I am blessed with a healthy body and mind capable of making a difference to others.

  4. Mabel Kwong says:

    Congrats on the award at work, Parul. It looks like such a grand presentation ceremony with your name up there, very big, on the big stage 😀 You deserve it for working so hard. Many more awards to come, I believe in you 😉 Also, Happy Diwali and great to hear you are able to spend it at home this year with the ones you love <3

    This month I am thankful for a lot of things. One of them is my blog and the blog world, in particular being able to engage and converse with such down-to-earth bloggers like you.

  5. Glad to read that October has served you with tasty food, wonderful memories and unplanned travel and breaks. Congrats for the award. I adore your little God Daugher. Hugs to you and to little angel. Wish you a Happy November !!!
    Vasantha Vivek recently posted…Nurturing Thursday : Believe In YourselfMy Profile

  6. Congratulations on the award! I just had to expand that picture to take a closer look – what a moment for you!
    So glad you enjoyed family and food. I’m sure you’re all charged up to face the rest of the year.
    Corinne Rodrigues recently posted…Seeking The LightMy Profile

  7. Sunila says:

    Ur post filled up my heart in a lovely way Parul. Be blessed. Hugs

  8. I agree that parents keep our heart and stomach filled up. A month where one gets to become a child again surely has to feel special and worth being grateful for. Congratulations for the recognition received at work. Food does not fascinate me unless it is cooked by my mother. That is when I eat to my heart’s content otherwise I just feed my stomach.
    Anamika Agnihotri recently posted…Diwali 2016 #MondayMusingsMy Profile

  9. Nabanita says:

    So happy that you had a wonderful October. Mine included some time at home, delicious food and Durga Puja. Diwali was beautiful too. Learnt to deal with disappointments more maturely and now looking forward to a great November 😊

  10. Kala Ravi says:

    A lovely eventful, yet relaxing month it has been for you! You are bang on when you say, ‘Parents and close family -They ensure that your heart and stomach is full at all times’!! These are the little moments that pack a punch with lingering sweet memories. A very happy festive season to you and yours, stay blessed Parul!

  11. Modern Gypsy says:

    Sounds like you had a beautiful month Parul. I also enjoy travels (although the husband and I have been unable to take a break in a while), and exploring different cuisines. Family time is always heart-warming, and the Fesival of Lights is my favorite too.
    Modern Gypsy recently posted…#TheMindfulBreak: It’s a wrap!My Profile

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