November 22nd 2011 4:21 am
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I wanted to wish you a sunshine kind of Thanksgiving! I know this has been a difficult year for many of us....and yet, we get through each day the best we can....we keep hope and realize that no matter what, we have each other for support…something to truly be thankful for.
I know it has been especially hard for my family as both CK and Sissy have joined me at the Bridge....and so much illness in our family.
Thank you for all the support and special gifts you have given our family during these difficult times....it is overwhelming and so appreciated.
So very thankful Ivy Joy has come into our family....she is so special.
Often we spend a majority of our time working so hard to overcome and deal with the bumps in the road of life that I like to get up on Thanksgiving morning and truly clear my mind allowing me to focus on only the good...the things I am thankful for. Although we try to do this on a daily basis, life can get in the way.Honestly, sometimes we find more time for reflection here at the Bridge...something I encourage all of you to really focus on while still on earth.
Interestingly enough, we have to also remember that some things which we consider to be "not so good" can still help us grow and become stronger....therefore, something to be thankful for. With most all experiences in life, we can find something to be thankful….we simply have to look and sometimes harder than others.
As I celebrate Thanksgiving, I reflect on all that I am thankful for in my life....and my heart is over-flowing with an abundance of thankfulness.
There is too much for me to simply put into words to express my thankfulness, but I want you to know....how thankful I am for Dogster/Catster, community spirit, acceptance, valuable friendships and each of you.
As I count my many blessings, you are on top of my list.
Our hearts are connected by paws!
Sunshine hugs of thanks, Jazzi Sunshine Angel and family
"Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend. Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow.”
– Melody Beattie, bestselling author and journalist
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And we are very Thankful for your kindness, your reason, your love that knows no bounds!
We are too! we feel the same! there is a lot to be thankful for...our friends!
hugs and love
QT and family