So much going on which is a good thing.. I couldn’t imagine waking up everyday and there was absolutely nothing going on, or should I say, nothing to do..
During the holiday season I always get this feeling of gratefulness. Grateful that I made it this far as we get closer to 2014.
It’s been a good year pretty challenging as well, but I’ve made it through. Thank God-almighty.
Wishful thinking, yes I was at Safeway and stopped to pick up my mega million lottery ticket as well and in my car while driving to work I thought of a million things I would do with that $400 million dollars, oh well. Like I said wishful thinking, in the meantime I’m grateful for what I’ve been blessed with and most importantly my brain still works! So whether I win or not I must continue to use my brain to stay in business another year.
I love you all so much!
Can you believe it?!
It’s Thanksgiving already…
Man… where does time go? Like the old folk used to say, time waits for no man. Even though things have changed a lot in the past few years when it comes to celebrating the holidays its become very commercial.
I don’t necessarily like the change… But it is what it is…
What I have embraced, is my blended family. I am hosting Thanksgiving this year at the house and what I have noticed in my personal life I tend to spend more time with my blended family than my blood relatives. I used to have the mindset “No new friends..” but after meeting such great people at the bar who have been more supportive than some of blood relatives could or would have ever been it gave me a different mindset.
I have been fortunate to actually have both which in most cases is unheard of, great parents, aunts, uncles, and some cousins who we truly adore each other. I’ve also been truly blessed with a whole new group of folk who have shown me lots of love throughout the past 3 to 4 years, and I love and adore them just as much. And would be very disappointed if I did not celebrate these joyus holidays with them as well.
Think about it my friends are my family.
Enjoy your holiday and celebrate with people you love.