All the doctor’s reports have been good, and for that I am grateful. I am glad we moved back to California to be near our kids and grandkids, so i’m grateful for that. I’m grateful that we are going to be great grand parents the end of November.
I’m grateful that I don’t get bored. I read, knit, watch a movie on tv. and pretend I’m writing. I’m grateful when I am in a writing mood and get something worthwhile done. At my age, I’ve got to get moving.
Moving, that’s the one thing that’s hard for me. The Fibromyalgia has slowed me down, as has my sleep pattern, but I’m grateful for my good attitude that allows me not to brood or get depressed. I’m grateful for every day, all the sunshine, my husband who thinks I’m the greatest, even though I tell him, “I’m only me.” and he says, “That’s all you have to be.” I am so grateful he still looks at me with love in his eyes, and that we are really ‘two halves of a whole, while each retaining our own identity’ I said that once on national television, and it’s so true.
I’m grateful that someone, anyone, reads my blog, comments on it or not. I’m grateful just to be, each and every moment is precious and not to be missed.
Yes, I am grateful.
Keep love and kisses in your life. Helene