Daily Celebrations

I’ve started a new community page on Facebook: www.facebook.com/celebratewhatsright.

Here everyone can post their own photos and stories of celebration. Hundreds of wonderful photo/stories have already been posted. Check out some of my personal favorites below.

Then, click here to learn how to post
and join us with your celebrations!

Dewitt's Favorite Daily Celebrations

Patty Wright-Ferrini

Patty Wright-Ferrini

The Oregon Coast near Gold River. Celebrating the way the earth helps us keep our perspective.

Paulette Mertes

Paulette Mertes

One of my favorite images from Italy - photographed on a rainy day in Rome - off the beaten path. A little side street opened... Read more

Jean Hull

Jean Hull

Good morning beautiful world. Today's dawn softened by a thick blanket of fog. Life is good. Gratitude.

Leslie Ortiz

Leslie Ortiz

Celebrating the wild turkey who survived Thanksgiving and stands as a symbol of hope on a dark day. "Hope is the thing... Read more

Red Bardes

Red Bardes

Watching the sun set with your best friend...and being goofy.

Cathy Drew

Cathy Drew

My trip to Peru was one long, luscious river of OMG moments! The beauty of people and place penetrated my bone marrow with th... Read more

Kimberly J. Bourne

Kimberly J. Bourne

After parking my car in the parking deck at work, I looked across the drive where there is a wooded area and everything was c... Read more

Jerry West

Jerry West

Looking back at some of my Montana photos, here is one that brings a smile to my face. It was a beautiful fall day and the la... Read more

Peggy Bruening Wilkie

Peggy Bruening Wilkie

And grace will lead you home

Red Bardes

Red Bardes

Friday Night Lights in small town America! Collierville High School in Collierville Tennessee. The middle of the pack in the... Read more

Dean D. Ziegler

Dean D. Ziegler

Growing up in Western Pennsylvania, I fished tiny wooded streams for wild Brook Trout. A visit to a similar stream with my ca... Read more

Theresa Airey

Theresa Airey

HANDS. Hands say so much. On a cold morning in the Blue Ridge Mountains, a grandmother sits by the fire and holds her grand b... Read more