Call Me Pollyanna: Top Ten Reasons to Feel Hopeful Today

Wonderful thoughts for an anxiety-laden Sunday.

Sonja Anderson

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Tiny, but actual pangs of anxiety have been coursing through my chest lately as I read headlines from Washington and North Korea, and as I try to imagine what others are going through where earthquakes, hurricanes, shootings, and fires have recently struck. It’s not a good feeling. I’m wondering, friends–How are you doing?

In my house, we’ve been mildly joking that as soon as FEMA completely runs out of resources, the “Big One” will hit the Pacific NW, and we’ll be completely on our own. Somehow, it feels too possible to actually find it funny enough to laugh out loud. (My husband went to Costco recently for a big case of water, just in case, so I don’t think he’s laughing too hard either!)

Hope on the ground feels a tiny bit thin at times, to be honest.

So, in this era of threats and tweets, natural disasters, fake and real news and…

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3 thoughts on “Call Me Pollyanna: Top Ten Reasons to Feel Hopeful Today”

  1. Thanks for sharing this, Tiffany. It is so easy for me to get caught up in just my own little world. My greatest fear about where we live is the potential for fires around us. We have been fortunate this year again…I am very thankful!

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