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Four Years

Posted by Sarah McCann on Wednesday, March 12, 2014, In : Gratitude 
Wow! It has just occurred to me that I have been writing this blog for four years.

Time, which has seemed both condensed and expanded recently never ceases to amaze me.

Four years blogging, in two weeks thirty three years living.

All I can say now, is thank you to all of you that have been a part of it.

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Posted by Sarah McCann on Friday, November 8, 2013, In : Gratitude 
As I venture into a new opportunity and my next big endeavor, I find it necessary to pause and give a moment of thanks. This gratitude must be shared for it is the love and support I have felt over the past several weeks (and before) that has made the next step in my life's journey one that I am confident in taking. It reminds me that anything is possible when we work together. I feel extremely lucky to be in such an amazing city, full of people working hard to make it even better and that re...
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Joyous Thanks in the Midst of Holiday Stress

Posted by Sarah McCann on Friday, December 30, 2011, In : Gratitude 

I had started a blog about failure, but seeing as this is a joyous time of year, I decided to put it on hold until after the holiday season and write something a bit more cheerful. In truth, the holidays stress me, but there are also some beautifully amazing things that happen at this time of year and seeing as it is the end of the year, there are also many things to be grateful for. The things that I am thankful for at the close of 2011 and the beginning of 2012:

  1. All the incredibl...

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Gratitude for Support

Posted by Sarah McCann on Monday, January 3, 2011, In : Gratitude 
I missed writing last week because of holiday travels. In 10 days I visited Chicago, Wisconsin, and San Francisco with two stop overs in the Denver airport. It is good to be home. Many things happened over the break, I started reading Molecular Revolution in Brazil, went to a wedding, spent time with family and friends, and explored cities that I am only vaguely familiar with. The time away gave me some clarity and insight to where I am now and where I am going. 

All of those stories and thoug...
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