Thankful: Day 18

I’m thankful for the power to say no. I had a really hard time saying no to people and things. I wanted to help everyone with everything. People could count on me for whatever they needed. But in the mist of me always being there go to person I never had a go to person. Then I realized that I hardly ever said no to people. And why? Well because if I could help then I wanted to help. But in my transitions of understanding me I had to learn to say no. I needed to protect my peace, joy and understand who was really for me. I’m thankful for learning to say no, because it has taught me things I would have never learned.

Thankful: Day 17

I’m thankful for my flaws. I’m learning that my flaws are not always a bad thing to have. My flaws help me to better myself. I use to be ashamed to be flawed but we all are. Why should I be ashamed with what I lack? I’m learning to embrace my flaws and work on them in healthy ways. I’m thankful for this learning process.

Thankful: Day 14

I’m thankful that I’m using my voice for the better. Writing is my voice to share with you. I’m not the best writer but I have a story to share. Plus writing helps me with my thoughts and is therapy for me. I’m thankful that God has allowed me to be creative and do what I love. I’m currently writing a book and I’m thankful for that.

Thankful: Day 13

I’m thankful for the changes that I’m going through. Right now I’m hurt regarding what has been done to me. I could lash out and be mean and rude. But I choose not to. I know things that I shouldn’t and it hurts when you think that people genuinely cared about you and it turns out that they could care less. To have people lie and not be honest. But I’m healing and releasing my pain in healthy ways. There was a time where I would lash out in unhealthy ways. I learn to pray for people who do me wrong . I’m thankful for these lessons and how I’m growing as a person. I’m thankful for the hard and easy lessons. Thank you.

Thankful: Day 12

I’m thankful for my friends. I have a small circle of friends and that’s okay with me. I don’t need a ton of friends because I don’t need the complication. I’m thankful for there listening ear, laughs, and prayers. Friends are hard to find. True friends are hard to find and my small group is amazing. I’m thankful for the bond that we have and how we are growing together. There is nothing like friendship.

Thankful: Day 11

I’m thankful for my smile. When I tell you that my smile has been fake lately. But I woke up this morning with a huge genuine smile. It feels so good to be able to smile again. I love that I can smile again. I felt like my true smile was permanently gone and that I had allowed people to take my smile away. I’m so thankful to God that I can smile a true smile again. This is truly something to be thankful for.

Thankful: Day 10

I’m thankful for my healing. See I have been through so much within the past several months. And I’m finally beginning to heal from all the hurt that was done to me. I held on to the hurt long enough. I’m thankful for the hurt that has to lead to healing. There is a process in all this and I’m thankful. This healing process is going to belong and it’s going to be needed to make me a better me. There are always blessings in lessons. You just have to want to learn them. I’m thankful for this time to heal. I’m going to be better than I was before.

Thankful: Day 9

I’m thankful for the new season in life. I’m thankful for the lesson’s that I’m learning and how to do things differently. Sometimes you have to repeat seasons in your life until you learn and grow so that you can become better. Well, I’m about to step into a new season of my life that I have been in before, but this time it’s different in many ways and in some way’s it’s the same. I’m thankful to learn and grow. I’m thankful for the growing pains that come with life. I’m learning to be a better me and I’m so thankful for this new season of life.

My Superhero:

I don’t think you know just how much you mean to me. You’re more like a superhero that’s not in my dreams. I can’t believe your my husband you’re like a dream come true. Your my superhero who’s not just in my dreams. I love you more than you know. Where would I be and what would I do? God only made one of you. I’m glad He blessed me with a man like you. Your more than I could have dreamed of. What can I say and what can I do? I’m just blessed that God gave me you. You’re more than a husband your my personal superhero.