-my God who makes all things possible -my health to enjoy all the blessings in my life -my family - great husband and super daughter,my mother, brothers and other relatives -my in-laws - my second family of parents, brother and sisters and neices -my country - the democratic nation where I live in peace and can safely raise a family -my home - a warm and safe haven of Christian hospitality -my dog - for animals that can give us unconditional love and support when we need it most -my Spark Friends - strangers that feel as close as friends and family that have given unlimited support and laughter on my journey -chocolate and all good food prepared well and the beverages to wash them down -opportunities like this to reflect and appreciate my life
Measure wealth not by the things you have, but by the things you have for which you would not take any money. Anon.
Edited by: VETINASPIN at: 11/23/2006 (12:57)
Does it taste as good as thin feels???
That self control is difficult doesn't mean it's impossible. ANON
I thought it might be nice to start a thread to share some of the things we are thankful for...
I'll start by saying I am thankful for this circle of friends I've met through SparkPeople, which has given me loads of encouragement, laughs and a cameraderie which helps keep me going on this journey to good health.
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