Happy Thanksgiving! So much to be thankful for this weekend. But thanksgiving shouldn’t just be one weekend of the year, it should be every weekend and every day. Being grateful on a daily basis can seriously impact your life in a positive way. Thanksgiving is a time of year where we are meant to look back on our lives and reflect on all the things we are grateful for.On this Thanksgiving Monday I would like to take the time and list a few of the many things I am most grateful for. Count my blessings if you will. Here’s my top 5
- My God and Father Jesus Christ, the author and finisher of my Faith, who has loved me unconditionally and has seen me though the best and worst of times.
- The love of my life, my Godsent partner for eternity, Tresor Mukonkole, my husband. I am so grateful for his love and that I get to share my life with such an inspiring and motivating man.
- My family. I am sooooo blessed to have the parents that I have. They have loved me and guided me throughout my life and I love that even though I’m in my 30’s and no longer a child, they are still a part of my life, guiding, loving and praying with me. My 3 older sisters, each special in their own unique way and each of them have contributed and influenced to my life in different but equally important ways. I am so loved and so grateful to them.
- My creativity. It has been with me since I was a kid, drawing the illustrations from books, to my college years where I began painting and has followed me to my career of graphic design.
- My health. I am alive, I am breathing, I have the use of my limbs, I have full use of all my senses. I am not suffering and I can move around freely. Of course my health is something that I am constantly working at, but I am grateful for where I am at now in my health journey. Because I do believe good health is a journey.
What are you most grateful for this Thanksgiving? Share your gratitude in the comments below or on my social media pages. Facebook or Instagram