Sunday, November 21, 2010


While I don't celebrate Thanksgiving the "traditional" way, I do believe it is a day to reflect on what we are thankful for.  I think those of us dealing with infertility and TTC sometimes get caught up in what we want so desperately, that we forget the good things we already have. (at least I do) So right now at this moment I'm going to concentrate on the things that I am thankful for...

  • C- He has been in my life for 10 years now and I can't imagine a life without him.  
  • My family- Even though I am very far from all of them, I know if I needed anything at all, they would all be there. 
  • My furry babies- They drive me crazy some days, but I love them. Yes, even Lucy :)
  • My job- I actually have a job that I like and work for an organization that I'm proud to be a part of. Do I make enough money? No, but sometimes money isn't everything.
  • My friends- I may not talk to them every day or even every month, but there are a few friends who have been in my life for awhile that always will be.
What are you thankful for?


C said...

I'm thankful for you being in my life! You have truly changed my life for the good from day one and I don't know where I'd be without you, especially with being the man I always wanted to be.
I'm thankful we are, for the most part,healthy and not going through what my family is going through with health problems.
I'm thankful for the new job that both of us got
I'm thankful for the few close friends that I have that get me.
I'm thankful for my family, especially my mom and stepdad that have made great strides in accepting me and you for who we are and what we want out of life.
I'm thankful for the furry babies that are not only entertaining,but love us unconditionally just because we feed them :0)

arohanui said...

I'm thankful that I started writing my blog and tweeting on twitter as it has been amazing to hear so many stories similar to mine and to get support from all corners of the earth! Thanks for being part of this :)

Arohanui xx

P.S. C sounds lovely!

Michelle said...

Yes, arohanui, I agree with you. I have "met" some wonderful people through Twitter and other blogs! And yes, C is lovely :)