On to it.
This week, Maxabella Loves has inspired me to blog about what I am grateful for, so here goes:
I am grateful that I had the opportunity not only to graduate from a major four-year university, but that I had the opportunity to attend in the first place. I'm considered a first-generation college student. I'm grateful that I was able to have that opportunity, to create that path and set an example. I hope my younger sister will go to college as well, and that my brother will go back when he can.
I am grateful that I was able to get new carpet in my room, as I know it was not an easy (or cheap) feat. It looks wonderful, and though it took a lot of hard work, I was able to have something that some people may not have been able to afford to get.
I am grateful that my parents have done things for me that are beyond what is expected for a parent to do. They have kept me in their house past age 18. They have fed me, clothed me, helped me with expenses, even after I lost my job at [big
I am grateful that I currently have time to take off and decompress. It gives me a chance to explore myself, and to get some things in order.
I am grateful for my physical health, because I know some people right now that are having some physical issues, or have family members with physical issues, and it's difficult to see them going through such a rough time.
I am grateful for all the opportunities I've had in my life, the chances I've had to be who I am now, every person I've met, everything that has led me to be who I am today, because otherwise, I wouldn't be the person I am. The lessons, the pain, the work, the obstacles, I'm even grateful for them because of all the things that came as a result.
I'm grateful for finding this, because otherwise, I might not have thought about all the things I have to be grateful for.