Thankful Thursday: 6/10/21

I don’t know if anybody else has made this a thing. I also don’t know if anybody else will do this with me. If not, it’s completely fine. It’s something I want to do every week. I’m going to think of at least one thing I’m thankful for for the week. I’ll try to do up to four a week, but at least one. I think this will be very therapeutic. We shall see in time.

Note: There may be some things that get repeated now and then. My intention is to talk about things I’m thankful for that week. So some things may pop up a few times. I’m not attempting to be redundant or repetitive. Just trying to be genuine.

  1. I’m thankful for having support. I made a very hard decision recently that I’d rather not talk about. I was facing an inevitable problem that I could face it head on or be immature about it and go against rules. I chose to take the high road. It’s going to be hard going forward, but I know that I have plenty of support and people on my side. That’s amazing.
  2. I’m thankful for my health. My health isn’t perfect and I do have some moments where I’m not well. It could be a lot worse than it is. I’m thankful that for the most part I’m healthy and that I’m able to make choices on my own without being questioned.
  3. I’m thankful for Pride month. Growing up, I never really understood the full impact of Pride Month. I knew about it. I knew it was a good thing. I was also scared of it. I was scared for the people who took part in it as well. Growing older, I was jealous of their bravery. I know that sounds silly. I’m ashamed to admit it now. I now understand more and I’m so happy that Pride Month exists. I want to honor and embrace it wholly now. I’m so thankful to be a part of it.
  4. This one is going to sound a little silly, but hear me out. I’m thankful for imperfections. I’m thankful that there are things I do in my life that aren’t going to be perfect. I am thankful for the learning experiences from them. I’m especially thankful for the ones that have second chances. I feel like my life would be different if I didn’t acknowledge the things that weren’t perfect.

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