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Thankful Thursday

It has been a couple of weeks since I have written a thankful Thursday post and let me tell you some days it was tough to find something to be thankful for. My cat had a blood clot in his back. then my dog had to have a tumor removed. Then this week my puppy (Sparky the one my husband brought home) got parvo. Whether it is the lack of sleep that is giving me the time inside my head to think of things to be thankful for or the great support I have in my life I am ready.lol

I am so thankful that all 3 of my pets are still with me. I have talked many times how important my pets are in our lives. I have shed more tears(and money) in the last month then in the last 7 years. Through it all though I have been blessed that with the help of the vet and my knowledge they are now all  healing.

I'm thankful for my job. I can't say enough what a challenge some days are.lol That isn't even the word for it. However there are so many times that I can just stop and look around. Someone will smile and run to me with a hug, the simple joy of a child's endless love is something I never get tired of. Plus so many Americans don't have a job! So that is a blessing in itself.

I'm so so thankful for all the love and support I have with my family, friends, and fans. This blog and my sanity would not be possible without all of you. :O)

Comments

Melinda Dunne said…
Great post. I am glad your pets are on the mend. You are in my thoughts. Hang in there!
Unknown said…
I am so happy your pets are getting better! Hang in there, and know you are in my thoughts!
Julia Potvin said…
Awe poor Furbabies, glad they are all on the mend, absolutely something to be thankful for. Sometimes it is good to step back and be thankful, I always say, no matter how bad we have it..someone has it even worse! It's hard to remember sometimes when everything crashes in at once! Glad your back to the up side! :)
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