November 30th already! This month has flown by. For my last thankful post for the year, I want to go back to two people who I only mentioned briefly in my very first thankful post. I thought about it and I felt like these very special people kind of got the short end of the stick since I included them in a lump with the first nine things/people I said I was thankful for.
Archive for November, 2010
Today I am thankful for the people who inspire me. I am thankful for the living examples in my life that have either overcome, or are living with chronic illnesses in the most positive ways that they can…
I have family members and friends with MS who are running marathons, working full time jobs, raising kids…
So, I think this merits it’s own special blog post. After I got home from Fort Wayne today from getting a T9 nerve block, I had a message on my phone to call the famous Dr. Tinkle’s office.
To back up, when I thought I was going to be diagnosed with Ehlers Danlos, I got back to hard core researching, and realized that Dr. Brad Tinkle is pretty much a God to EDS patients.
Today I am thankful for friendships…all of the friendships I have had in my 29 years. I am thankful for friends who are near and far. I am thankful for friends who know what kind of day I am having when I say a simple “hello” when I pick up the phone.
I am thankful for my gymnastics friends. For my elementary and middle school friends. For my Sexton friends. For my Spartan friends. For my Wexford friends. For my neighbor friends. For family friends. For friends of friends. For the friends who once were Brad’s friends but who now are OUR friends.
Today I am thankful for music. I have always loved all kinds of music. I have already mentioned how music has played such a role in keeping me sane during this time. I am thankful how music can change my mood in an instant. I am thankful how music can inspire me. I am thankful how music can evoke so many emotions. I am thankful for the songs that seem to be written just for me. If you walked into my house during the day, you would almost always hear music playing.
I love this quote from Ray Charles: