It’s the time of year to stop and reflect on the things for which we’re thankful – and I have so very many. Too many, in fact, to list here…. although I’ll try to hit a few highlights….
- I’m thankful for a loving God who never leaves me and who shows me in so many ways that He’s always there.
- I’m thankful I live in a country where I’m free to pursue my happiness, earn a living, and complain about the government without fear.
- I’m thankful for my husband of 34 years. Richard is truly my other half, and when we’re apart, I feel like something is missing. He’s been loving and faithful through the ups and downs of our time together. I love you more each day, baby.
- I’m thankful for my friend Debbie. When we met nearly 25 years ago, you couldn’t find two people with less in common other than cross stitching. She was a stay at home mom, and I was a fairly driven career woman. Over the years we’ve gotten closer, and now she’s an integral part of my small business. I would have a very hard time making things work without her. Thank you, Deb, for all you do for me!
- I’m thankful for all my besties, both near and far. You’ve stood by me through the illnesses and deaths of both parents, through difficulties with my businesses, and you never wavered. You make me laugh, and you love me when I’m less than loveable.
- I’m thankful for my church family. If I truly I have a “safe space”, it’s within the walls of Covenant Presbyterian with everyone there. Gathering with the choir and bell groups is always a highlight of the week… and even when I don’t want to go to practice, I always feel better after I’ve been. Thank you for the fellowship and the laughter.
- I’m thankful for my clients. Without them, I wouldn’t have a business.
- I’m thankful for my involvement with organizations such as Family Promise of Cobb County. In addition to being able to help people, I realize a thousand times over how truly blessed I am.
- I’m thankful for my involvement with Darlington School. While most people graduate from high school and never give it a second thought, Darlington has always held a special place in my heart, and I’m happy to be able to help support the school as it gives more generations the same great start in life that I had.
I could keep going… but I won’t bore you any more. If you’re reading this, I wish you a blessed and Happy Thanksgiving.
Comments on: "Thankful, 2018" (3)
happy Thanksgiving Jean and Richard – so much to be thankful for in my world too. God bless you both – mel
So beautifully said Jean. May you continue to be a blessing to all those who are touched by you.
I hope your Thanksgiving was safe and happy! Loved reading your list!