Science says gratitude is good for your health (and ours too) & Anniversary Post Winners –

Curious Critters

Winners of our One-Year-Anniversary-Celebration Drawing

Claremary P. Sweeney,  Around ZuZu’s Barn

Kathy Whittam

Jessica-Lauren,  Mother is a Verb

Claremary, Kathy, Jessica,  Here’s what to do to pick out your prize:

  1. Click on this link to choose your prize:  ZAZZLE CATNIPblog Store
  2. E-mail your choice and mailing address to:

Being grateful for you AND ALL OUR FOLLOWERS helps us grow healthier and makes us feel so good.

Peggy, Judy & Freddie Parker Westerfield

and all the Curious Critters at Curious to the Max


*Robert A. Emmons, professor of psychology at UC Davis.

4 comments on “Science says gratitude is good for your health (and ours too) & Anniversary Post Winners –

  1. Thank you for your blog. It is informative, inspiring and the drawings are so much fun. I appreciate your working your fingers to the bone.


  2. I am grateful for your blog as I really enjoy the updates and yes, gratitude can make all the difference. So many of us focus on what we don’t have, rather than the gifts that we do. Once the focus is shifted, everything else shifts as well.



    • Peta,
      You are so right about focus! We can control where we focus our attention, and that can make a big difference. When you think about what you are grateful for, it makes you smile.


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