“I don’t have to chase extraordinary moments to find happiness — it’s right in front of me if I’m paying attention and practicing gratitude,” Brené Brown said.
Since chasing extraordinary moments is the nature of news, it is often difficult to remember to take a few moments to be grateful.
The Longmont Leader is extremely grateful to its readers, its supporters and to the community for allowing us to share your stories.
Today is a day of gratitude, a day to remember to be thankful for all the things in our lives.
Throughout the day you will see a number of nonprofits who echo their thanks to the community. Without each of you, none of us would be able to do the work we truly love.
We are grateful for your time, your dedication, your energy, your passions, your commitments, your daring feats and simple endeavors, to local businesses who support and share, to city of Longmont staff and St. Vrain Valley School district for answering countless questions, for bats in trees, for journeys shared, for events scheduled, for long nights and early mornings, for photos shared and for so much more.
The Longmont community gives so much, and we are grateful.