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Thursday, November 5, 2009

Thankful Thursday #2

I've decided to do a little blessing counting, or things I'm thankful for.  There is a lot this year, and with lots of changes.  Today, I find myself being more balanced than I ever thought I could be, and also I'm painfully aware of unbalanced I was before.  I am thankful to Omega for helping me see this and for never giving up on me even when I wanted to give up on myself. 


I am also thankful for my friends, both online and real life because I think I would go crazy without them.  I am thankful for my dog.  I know that one sounds a little odd but he scared someone away from the house the other day and I'm grateful his bark is so fierce sounding. 


I am thankful that my friend's daughter seems to have gotten medical help just in time and will hopefully make a full recovery from the H1N1 virus.


I am thankful for my job, and that sometimes the good guys do win.


I am sending positive thoughts and vibes to those who need them and I'm hopeful their troubles will soon be resolved.  


Finally, I'm thankful that this year I will someone very special to kiss on New Year's Eve.  

6 comments:

  1. What a great thankful list! Sometimes we forget the things that really do matter!

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  2. Yep, it's easy to lose sight of the good stuff in the middle of worries.

    A helpful reminder.

    Thank YOU!

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  3. Awesome things to be thankful for... and I don't think it's weird being thankful for your dog. I'm thankful for my cat even though all she really does is lay around the house all day. I just love it when she gets snuggly and I can hold her while she purrs. It really helps relax me and it's always nice to feel loved... even by our little furry friends.

    spirited

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  4. Jz, it totally is and I'm truthfully thankful for everything I have.

    spirited one, yup, my dog is my bud!

    mouse

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  5. It's always nice to sit back and count your blessings. You are setting a good example that perhaps more of us should be thankful for what we have.

    Hugs,
    kitten

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