March Writing Challenge- Day 31: What Are You Most Grateful For, Right Now, In This Moment?


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I have this notebook with painting of flowers on the cover that I had started writing in two years ago. And in there is where I write thoughts, feelings, affirmations, and other things I feel I needed to write down. And I still do to this day. And in there I would say what I am grateful for as well.

It helps to remember that when you think you are going through something and feel like you have no one to talk to other than to your therapist, you write it down. And write and feel your emotions and pick yourself up to keep moving forward. That’s what I’ve been doing. Or at least trying.

I am grateful to being able to be back in the workforce and being able to make and save money I can save. There have been a time when I had went years without a job (not by choice) and had to go without important things sometimes. I am glad, though humble, to being able to help those who needs my help. And to be able to take care of my child and myself.

I am grateful for my immediate family and you all. And the ones who fight to save lives and the ones who fight and had fought for injustice.

Grateful for personal and spiritual growth. The little things and big things. There is so much I am grateful for and things I should be grateful for that I can’t list them all. Though, it is always a good thing to count your blessings.

Huge thanks for Marquessa for this writing challenge and the ones who joined in and stopped by to visit our posts.

Thanks for reading.

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