Time for appreciation and to remember what really matters.
On this Thanksgiving i want to say that I am grateful for.....
my addict son being alive and well while in prison,
my oldest son being a proud papa to be,
my daughter in law for making my son happy,
my husband and his improving health,
my mom who has been moved out of the hospital,
my anon program which brings me much peace and serenity,
my new and old friends in the fellowships,
the roof over my head, the abundance of food, a comfy bed to sleep in,
my computer - which keeps me in close contacts with so many caring friends,
my age - which has brought a lot of wisdom and appreciation along the way,
the sunshine in my Florida state,
and so much more....little things that I often take for granted which I didn't have at one time or another.
I'm just happy to be able to keep my head up and generally feeling good about most everything.
But most importantly - I am most grateful to feel spiritually healthy now a days....and that my friends is an awesome feeling.