happy thanksgiving

Today, it’s time for my annual grateful list of 2018. I have made a habit of writing down the things that I am grateful for each year – as many as I am old.  I won’t share my entire list here but I want to share some of them with you to encourage you to think about what you may be grateful for also. Take some time and write them down.

  1. Of course, I must start with my family: the Hubby, the Buddy Man, my sister and her family, my parents, my in-laws, GG, aunts, uncles, you get the idea!
  2. My friends
  3. The Florida sun
  4. My Writing Peeps and Supporters: my mom (my biggest writing fan), Taralyn, Stephenie, Angela, Toya, Lucas, Eva, Ms. Harpe, Dr. Hyman, Kem, the Dream Plan Create fam,…
  5. Books, books, and more books
  6. Playing Dominos with my brother-in-law
  7. Tuesday Morning Play Dates for the Buddy Man and me. Mostly for me.
  8. Clean sheets
  9. Lower blood pressure measurements
  10. Barnes & Noble, Bridgstreet, Huntsville
  11. GG’s 80th Birthday Surprise
  12. #write31days: This Bookman: Meditations & Miscellany. I didn’t think that I could write for 31 days straight on the blog but I did it!
  13. My home
  14. The 15th Annual Liz Hurley Ribbon Run. I am so glad that I didn’t skip it this year
  15. Dental cleanings
  16. Katie & Travis
  17. Jigsaw puzzles
  18. The whispers of my soul, “the voice of God”
  19. Sister, Sister phone calls
  20. Trips to Daytona Beach, Miami, and Las Vegas
  21. The power of a story
  22. Meeting Modern Mrs. Darcy’s Anne Bogel, in person!!!
  23. Rocket City Mom Book Club
  24. Time and space to breathe

I’m grateful for this creative journey – writing through the fear. I’m grateful for the lessons that I have learned and the progress toward living the life that I feel called to live this year.  I am grateful for all of you, my readers. And I leave you with my favorite quote for this time of year.

Given the amount of unjust suffering and unhappiness in the world, I am deeply grateful for, sometimes even perplexed by, how much misery I have been spared.” -Dennis Prager

Happy Thanksgiving!

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