Thanksgiving

I have been feeling the urge to do a post on thankfulness seeing that here in the US we are celebrating Thanksgiving – a day of giving thanks. But so much of what I thought of saying sounded so trite and overused.

Then I had lunch today with my friend, Julie, who I think you will meet in my next post. I am thankful for Julie, and for all the other people who have stood by me. All my family and friends and administrators, and colleagues and students and doctors who stayed with me and understood that life was sometimes hard and that I was doing my best. I am thankful that they ask how I am doing, but then move with me to more fun and interesting topics – after all I am much, much more than an illness.

This year I am thankful for my new blogging community that has affirmed me through “likes” and especially your comments and having my life enriched by your blogs.

I am thankful for music that brings us together and cuts through prejudice. I am thankful for music that touches my soul and reminds me of all the things that are important in life – big and small.

My wish for you is that you may find many things in the days to come to be thankful for, wherever you are and whatever your circumstances. And I hope that I will be able to stand by you!

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    • Yup, I think you are right. I sometimes have bitter moments, and sometimes have a pity party (no one else seems to want to attend) but these times don’t last long – they really aren’t much fun. I hope there is joy and happiness in your day, too. And thank you for standing by me!

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    • Awe, thanks, Carolyn. I hope you will be able to pace yourself and have enough people to share the work for you to have fun. I’ve been thinking about you. Blessing to you, too.

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