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Monday, November 25, 2013

My Thankful Five









1.  I’m thankful for my family.  I am rich in this department!  I have four beautiful, healthy, happy, smart children and an amazing husband who I cherish every day!



2.    I’m thankful for my parents who raised me to believe in myself, to work hard and to enjoy life.  They set a good example for my siblings and me.  I know how lucky I am to be able to say that!



3.    I’m thankful to have a job in this crazy, difficult world we live in, but I am blessed to have a job that I love.  I look into little faces every day and hear things such as “I like your shoes” or “You are my friend” and I know that what they mean is that they feel safe here at school, in our classroom, with me.  I take this profession seriously because I know that I impact their young lives and I want that impact to be positive every day!



4.    I’m thankful for a caregiver for my children that I trust 100%.  I know that my children get the best care possible every day when I can’t be with them. She’s amazing and I can’t imagine, nor would I want, anyone else caring for my children.  We are blessed to have her in our lives.



5.    I’m thankful for this slicing community.  If it weren’t for you all, I wouldn’t share my writing.  I may not even write!  The feedback and connections that I have made here sustain my writing passion and encourage me on the days that the screen/paper is blank for just a little too long for comfort.  Thank you!

Happy Thanksgiving!

4 comments:

  1. You have 5 great things in which to be thankful! I am too am thankful for this writing community. Sustenance is the key word there. Have a great Thanksgiving.

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  2. I loved reading all the parts of your life that you are thankful for, Robin. Hope you have a very special week of Thanksgiving!

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  3. They say count your blessings, and that is what you did. There is so much to be thankful for every day. Have a wonderful holiday!

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  4. What a wonderful list Robin. Enjoy the holidays !!!!!

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