Welcome to my first post of the year of the Blog All About It Challenge. This is the beginning of my second year participating.
What’s it all about?
Very simple! Each month I take the word prompt for that month and create a blog post of anything I want using that word. My personal goal for participating in this challenge is for you to learn a bit about me each month.
This month’s prompt is: Thankful
I’m going tradition on this one. Thankfulness, and hence, Thanksgiving, is something I feel is integral to our well-being. In the worst of times, it is hard to be thankful, and yet, when I can find things to be thankful for, it takes some of that burden away and puts me in a better place emotionally and health-wise. I think it’s actually easier to be thankful when I have been through tough times and come through it (not that I’m advocating people going out and purposefully trying to make their lives hard, LOL) that when you’re doing pretty good and don’t really think about all the good things- big or small- that have come my way, earned or not. I try to be thankful and never take even simple things for granted, but its not easy when I get caught up in life’s busies or get stuck inside my own head.
So, what am I THANKFUL for?
Life, family, good health, home, job, neighborhood, food and provisions, pets, pretty nature, clean air and water, money for extras and bills getting paid, good relationships, town, travels, dependable vehicles, books, music, plays, and movies to enjoy, friends near and far, and I’ll stop with chocolate.
So, what about you? What makes your thankful list? Do Tell!
Blog All About It Challenge is hosted by Anna @ Herding Cats and Burning Soup. You can check out more about it here: http://www.herdingcats-burningsoup.com/2018/11/2019-blog-all-about-it-challenge.html
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