Today I am expressing out loud how grateful and thankful I am for this blog, I enjoy writing, hopping around to other sites and reading what you all are doing.
Unfortunately between having family health problems, trying to find a place to move, the volunteer commitments that we have and everything else that involves being a mom I haven’t had much time to write as I would like to. Yet I do my best to make time to visit other blogs to keep up to date.
We all have family, we all have friends. But it's in difficult times that we really learn to appreciate them as we should every day of our lives.
Today I am so thankful for our family and our friends, we have received so much support. We are a family that are here for one another, but having so many loving friends, both in person and online gives us the strength to move forward and continue as our Mom would have wanted.
We are thankful for Doctors, all the people involved in medicine, and for the advance that medicine and it’s practice have had over the years.
Unfortunately there are more and more diseases every day, and while we may not know how to treat every single one of them, there is a large number of people on a daily bases doing research and studying different cases of illness with the hope of finding cures.
I know I am thankful for so many great things that We have been blessed with, today I express being thankful for my in-laws…
While there are many "in-law" stories out there, over 10 years ago I was lucky enough to have been very well welcome an incredible family, so not only do I have the best husband in the world, but his family is unlike any other “in-law” family that I have ever heard about, and I am very grateful for that.
As strange as it may seem, today I am thankful for that person who made me fall, that human who made me cry, for you that did me harm and being able to do good you stood there and push down. Thank you for you have only made me stronger...
And while I may be sorry that I let my guard down and it may have hit me hard. The harder I fall the more strength I build to get up again.