On the morning of this chilly windy Thanksgiving day, I want to express my thanks for the support and sincere gratitude that I feel for the readers around the globe that take the time to read my writings on both this site (asoftvoice.com) and (www.parkinsonsdisease.net). I am so appreciative for family and friends. Gratitude is definitely the word of the day!
Thanksgiving reminds us that the things that we may take for granted and discount as small things in our lives, are really not so little at all. I hope that today is special for you. Please know that as I send this out to you in hope that it brightens your day. I wish you a day full of joy!
As Thanksgiving nears, I felt it important to focus on gratitude and appreciation. I am grateful for so much in my life and thankful for my loyal readers of my blog and book.
One of the biggest lessons I have learned from Parkinson’s Disease has been to appreciate everything. Savoring the moment and being grateful for the “little things” reveals that the little things aren’t so little.
What I am grateful for this Thanksgiving:
That I am not the Mayor of Toronto.
You probably won’t see me on Dr. Phil anytime soon.
I have no direct connection to Obama Care.
The Serious Stuff
I am so grateful for my wife and life-partner.
I am so grateful for my fur children.
I am so thankful for my family, friends, and readers.
I am so grateful for the days that my meds work.
I am so thankful to be able to share my story.
I am so appreciative for sunny days, premium dark chocolate and expansive vistas.
I appreciate and am grateful for a positive attitude and a sense of humor.
I am thankful for excellent medical care.
There is so much more that I am grateful for. I hope that you enjoy your Thanksgiving. Happy Thanksgiving!