Eileen texted us to say how proud of us she is! We didnt expect that!
We’d texted her today to tell her we’re done now at college, and we’ve completed the course, we didnt expect her to reply as its the weekend, but she did! She said:
and so you should be proud, well done, I am so proud of you all! Congratulations!
What a nice surprise to get! Love her for it!
Tonya of salted caramel has posed a few questions as part of her blogging insights series.
I thought I’d answer them, so, here goes!
1. Are you grateful for your blog?
Yes! Most definitely! My blog has given me great joy! I love to come here to chat, vent, share! Its wonderful!
2. How do you express your gratitude?
I express my gratitude by responding to people who comment, by supporting other bloggers, and by liking other bloggers content.
3.Has blogging added value to your life?
It sure has! Its part of my therapy. I find it to be so theraputic! Just being able to be part of this wonderful community is a great thing!
Thanks Tonya for these awesome thought provoking questions!
Sarahs the host of these writing prompts! This one I love so thought on thanksgiving, what better time to post it!
Im thankful this year, because
I am alive! I am free from abuse!
I am wiser! I am another year older!
I am loved! I am appreciated!
I am full of gratitude for so many things, and so many people!
My family, my dog! My friends, including my wp friends!
My life! I have lived another year in good health! Thank you god!
My meals, my house, my sister! My niece and nephew!
So much to be grateful for!
Sara is the host of writing prompt! This one is awesome!
I never had the chance to Thank
I never got to thank my first therapist Attracta. She was my therapist when I was 21 for 9 months. In that time she showed me what it meant to trust, and she showed me how having one person, just one person who cares in your life, can truly be beneficial.
She was the first person I had an attachment to and the first person who took me under her wing, who encouraged me to talk, to open up and tell my story.
She was the first person to see that we had did. And she was instramental in getting us assessed and seen by a psychiatrist who actually diagnosed us with did unofficially.
Thank you so so much, Attracta. I know our ending was hard, you said you lost your objectivity around my case, and that is why you could no longer be my therapist. I thank you for the time we did have together, I thank you for giving yourself to me so completely.
You set me on the path to healing, so, thank you for that!
What am I thankful for today? Here goes!
That we didnt have a bad storm!
My blogging tribe!
A warm blanket to put over me!
A hot shower!
That I am in a good mood!
That I can read
Hi! This morning, I bring you Lauras first post! Today she writes about being thankful!
Read on for a wonderful message from Laura venturini!
The Importance of being Thankful
We get caught up in our own little worlds. With the ups and downs that life can bring. Its so easy to miss the blessings we have in front of us daily. Sometimes we just need to step back and take a look around. What do you see? What are you thankful for?
Let go of the negative for a bit. Forget about what is troubling you. Let the weight thats on your shoulders lighten. For a bit sit back and look at what you have and be thankful.
-LA Vent 2019