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turned123 posted 4/17/2013 17:20 PM

I am soo lucky!! I have three beautiful children inside and out, my relationship with them has never been stronger! I have family who love me unconditionally! God has seemed it fit to bless me every day, I have a wonderful home I paid off and friends that think the world of me! And then there are the people here on SI that listen, encourage, put up with and support me daily! In my darkest days never could I have known how many truly wonderful people there are in the world. Yes! I have seen my share of difficulty. Yes! I have been in pain (recently) and yes! I will survive

ETA I still can't type

[This message edited by turned123 at 5:23 PM, April 17th (Wednesday)]

permanentpain posted 4/17/2013 19:49 PM

Your post made me smile and think that the new beginning may start out painful due to the circumstances, but in reality we should be happy and grateful about the things that we do have. The reality is that there are others worse off than I, so every day is an opportunity to truly enjoy and appreciate the things I have. This post was beautiful and made me realize that the things you mention are the ones that truly matter

turned123 posted 4/17/2013 19:54 PM

Perma Exactly!

gogirl posted 4/17/2013 20:41 PM

Great post...I needed this today. Thanks!!

turned123 posted 4/18/2013 02:54 AM

Glad to be back! Gogirl You're welcome!


[This message edited by turned123 at 2:59 AM, April 18th (Thursday)]

SBB posted 4/18/2013 06:24 AM

Ah, there's that sunshine! Bask in it honey. Let it warm you to your core.

((turned123))

turned123 posted 4/18/2013 06:56 AM

Phew!! Made it through another ride

SBB posted 4/18/2013 07:46 AM

Damned rollercoaster. I might start shouting "weeeeeeee" when I feel a dip coming.

k94ever posted 4/18/2013 08:18 AM

"Fulfillment comes from within."

Youze got it........

k9

turned123 posted 4/18/2013 09:28 AM

K94 I still have work to do but boy sometimes you lose sight of the forest through the trees ya know?

Survivor3512 posted 4/18/2013 11:21 AM

What a great post! You are absolutely right- I, too, have so much to be thankful for. This is a good reminder to keep practicing gratitude.

Survivor3512 posted 4/18/2013 11:23 AM

Damned rollercoaster. I might start shouting "weeeeeeee" when I feel a dip coming.

^^^^^^^ Lol, SBB! You got that right!

k94ever posted 4/18/2013 14:48 PM

Be thankful for the trees also.

It's a decision you make to be content with yourself and your world.

"Be content with what you have and who you are and you cannot be harmed." Lao Tzu

k9

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