Wednesday rolls around again and what a week it has been!
Thanks to those who popped by last week to share their three thoughts of gratitude for the week.
If you would like to share three things you are grateful for this week then add a link to your post in the comments or include them straight into the comment section and I will share them next week.
These are my three for this week
- Australia’s wonderful medical system. All Australians get access to excellent, free health care when they need it. To know that if you are unwell and need help regardless of your personal financial position is a great comfort when your are ill. I wish everyone in the world had the same.
- I am grateful for my kid’s attitude to work. All of my kids have had jobs since they were teenagers. They want to be independent and are happy to do jobs that might not be their life’s perfect career, but see their jobs as a starting place and a chance to get experience and skills (and a little hard earned cash)
- My mum and dad. I am still so fortunate to have them nearby and there for me still at 47. I don’t know what I would do without them and the lessons they have taught me as a kid and the love they give me as an adult. My kids love them to bits too! A big shout out to older parents all around the world who are still there in the background for their grown up children who sometimes still need a hug!
You can check out last week’s contributions HERE
The Recovering Know It All shared these
- Family: I love my family. Years and even decades of wasted time and opportunities to cherish and cultivate relationship with those no longer with us have taught me to never take for granted the Family I still have with me.
- Life: The recent bombings overseas have reminded me this week that our lives are fragile, short and can quickly be ended without notice, cause or even good reason. I’m grateful for my own life and the lives of those around me.
- Work: I’m thankful to have work that I love and that helps people on a daily basis. What no do matters to real people with real families like mine in real need. There is never a day where I go to work that I hate showing up.