Saying Thank-you!

Thank you to everyone who read my blog last week, left me feedback and encouraged me. It was a wonderful week!

One of the things I hope to accomplish at Living in Green Grass is to encourage others to look around and find contentment, happiness, and joy. There are people all over who stay happy in their patch of grass.

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Maybe it is your neighbor, a family member, or a co-worker. It is important to tell these people thank you and how they are inspiring you to Live in Green Grass.

As you start to look at others, you will begin to find contentment in your life too. When you find someone deserving…

Give them a Green Grass Award!

Make a certificate. SEN Teacher has a free online certificate generator. You can customize everything including the picture and name of the award.


Write a thank you note.


Do something for them. It can be something as simple as mowing your neighbor’s lawn or bringing a cup of coffee to your co-worker.


Send me their story. I love to be encouraged and hear how other people live in their patch of grass. I might publish them if you give me permission (click here).


Finally, you could get them an appreciation gift. I am currently growing a patch of grass on my desk. There is even a creature which grows grass hair. It is a fun way to remember to live in contentment and happiness when things get rough. 

Every Tuesday for the next few weeks, I’m going to highlight different kinds of people who may Live in Green Grass around you and provide some ideas of how to say “Thank-you”.

Tell someone you appreciate them and let them know how they inspire you–it makes a difference.



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