I am thankful for my birthday. I don’t like birthdays much but I do still believe that they are worth being thankful for. This day makes me thankful to be alive and reminds me to look back on all that I have been through in the years prior, and take those lessons with me into my next year of life.
I am thankful for creativity. Creativity is an explosion of the soul and human emotion that gives birth to many magnificent things. Creativity is limitless and unique, making the world so full of beauty.
I am thankful for variety. I love having the choice. It is wonderful that I don’t have to eat the same, dress the same, or decorate my house the same day after day. Being able to change things up when you want to is awesome and it definitely makes life a lot more adventurous and opens us up to creativity.
I am thankful for my eyes. I can’t imagine not being able to see all of this world’s beauty. Sight is such a gift though is does come with its downsides, such as judgement. However, there is nothing like seeing the rain in a downpour or watching the leaves rustle in the trees on a sunny day. There is just so much beauty in the world.
You spend half your life sleeping and that is why I am so thankful for my bed. I actually spend so much time in it. Especially during this long winter. Being cozy and comfy is one of the most important things to me.
I am thankful for my right to an education. It’s often easy to forget that in some other parts of the world there are a lot of people who aren’t able to go to school. There are so many things, like education, that many of us take for granted each and every day. We often forget that there are people out there who would give anything to have the opportunities that we do.
I'm a woman in my 40's and finally feeling that I know who I am and why I am, I would like to share the shadows from my life. Having got here fairly intact and along the way found the ability to take a step back and see things more clearly it is my hope that perhaps by blogging I may help others through their own dark places.