Monday, November 5, 2012

Lists of 3: Thankful, Excited & Inspired #Listof3 #NHBPM

3 Things I Am Thankful For

  1. My husband who loves and supports me no matter what.  We have so much fun together and we are truly each other's best friend.  He works hard to keep a roof over our heads, food on our table and our bills paid.  
  2. All the friends, family and supporters who helped me get through 24 weeks of Hepatitis C treatment.  I could not have done it without you.
  3. The knowledge that chronic illness can't bring me down, break my spirit or rob me of the joy that comes from living my life.

3 Things I Am Excited About

  1. Getting back to digging in the dirt, planting seeds and watching things grow in my container garden...and then writing about it over at The Seated Gardener.
  2. Now that I am starting to feel better post-Hep C treatment, I'm excited about having more energy to do more fun things with my hubby and friends.  It's definitely time for a vacation!
  3. I haven't had a chance yet to really test out my hands since dual carpal tunnel surgeries in 2011.  I'm excited to find out if I can do more now that the numbness and tingling in my hands has gotten better.

3 Saying I Am Inspired By

  1. Never let the odds keep you from doing what you know in your heart you were meant to do. ~H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
  2. Even bad days have happy moments.  Look for 'em! ~Karen Salmansohn
  3. I have come to believe that caring for myself is not self indulgent.  Caring for myself is an act of survival. ~Audra Lorde

See more inspiring sayings here on my Pinterest Inspiration board.

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Anonymous said...

Selena...great post!

Paula said...

I really like your site I am new to the blogging world and it's good to see I still have more to learn (I love learning new things). I thank God that the autoimmune diseases I have haven't kept me from learning how to do new things. others with chronic illness like yourself who are so positive keep me motivated and inspired. Thanks! Paula