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Grateful for a loving family and The Lord for helping get through the tough times in 2013.
Thankful for a new Ddil as of January 1. The wedding was beautiful and very sweet!
the opportunity to mend fences, allow myself to become healthy and happy
Sheryl Ft Pierce, FL
Spring 5% Challenge Leader
Summer 5% Motivational Leader
"Being happy doesn't mean that everything is perfect. It means that you've decided to
look beyond the imperfections."
I am grateful and proud of a Team that is very supportive of one another and come to each others aid when they need it.
Thank you all of you!
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I am grateful for my wonderful son and his family. I am grateful for all the people that helped me and stood by me this last year when I needed support and someone to talk to.
I'm grateful for:
* a good job that is enough to pay our bills even if James loses his unemployment today, which he may
* having been raised by a person who didn't value lots of material wealth, so it's easy for me to live within my means
* always having enough to eat, a roof over my head, and just enough extra to share with the people around me
Oakland, CA (Pacific Time)
I am worthy of love, belonging and joy now, as is. - Brene Brown
Leader of the "UC Berkeley Sparkers" team: www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/groups_i
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I am very grateful for:
-- emerging from Christmas with NO new credit card debt!
-- learning that my employer plans to increase their "match" to my retirement savings to 5.3%
-- auditing our spending for 2013 and finding we stayed within our budget (except for healthcare costs)
This is a great way to launch a new year!
Simple kindness to one's self and all that lives is the most powerful transformational force of all.
-David R. Hawkins