my family, especially my daughter and her husband, and my parents; my friends, who have been wonderful to me - what would I ever do without you; my community - esp. this community on this forum - that has been so supportive through my recent illness; and lastly, I am thankful for the health that I have. What an amazing summer and fall it's been !
Today I am thankful for......
I like Jan am thankful for all my family and friends... those who have past on this year especially my mom who gave me life R.I.P. ...I am thankful for my health,job as I have one and meany don't...to those who are serving this country in uniform thank you and I am thankful to all here in wsb even though we agree and don't agree to a lot of things we are able too....for this I am thankful to all....
I'm thankful the BF is cooking today! And even though my contract job is ending and I'll be unemployed again, I'm thankful that I can still take care of myself more easily than many folks who have been hit so hard by the economy. I'm thankful to have a cozy house to live in during weather craziness. I'm thankful for the Blog, and I'm thankful JanS is still in great spirits!
i am thankful for the roof over my head, the food in my cupboards and hubby's job which allows us to feed not only ourselves but others...
i am thankful for my two shiba friends who face adversity with more grace than i can muster.
I am thankful for my family and the many friends of my heart.. some of whom i could pass on the street without recognizing since we have never met.
I am thankful for my community... online and virtual...
really .. West Seattle Rocks
and i am thankful to live in a community where I am able to show my face and speak my mind without fear of violent reprisal.
I am very thankful to live in this time and place among these friends...
(Gonna be hard to keep this concise!)
I'm thankful for some wonderful friends, (mostly acquired through WSB), a likable Sister, Harborview Medical Center, and others that have helped get my life back on the upswing in the last year.
I'm thankful that all of the above, as well as the Transitional Housing Program I've been in for nearly 8 months now, have assisted me in this journey with helping me seek out and acquire the services and benefits needed to get me back to self-sufficiency.
I'm thankful that I am now able to be working on getting back into permanent housing, hopefully in the West Seattle/White Center area.
Finally, I'm thankful for and to all of the folks that got involved in helping Nickelsville in the last year and a half, and continue to do so, long after I moved out. And, of course, I'm thankful to the WSB Team for all they have done in helping get the word out about NV issues and needs, and for bringing us all together in the first place.
Bunch of people picked me up on this day. You know who you are.
JKB...glad to hear that...people are great, aren't they?
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