As I sit here writing a blog for Tuesday, I’m thinking how very fortunate I am, and how happy I am to be in this place, at this time. I’m healthy, I wake up each morning, still standing, still thinking, and doing. How much better could it be?
One might say winning the lottery would help! Or, being able to buy a Tesla would be nice! My answer to that would be, “It would wouldn’t it!”
But……..I don’t have to have those things to be happy!
Actually winning the lottery would most likely bring a ton of other problems we could never imagine. Being able to purchase a Tesla, well…..bring it on. For those of you who know me, you know I’m very environmental, and…….I’d Love a Tesla!
But I’m not willing to spend every penny I have on fast cars, and fast men! My husband is fast enough for me. We’ve built a happy place for ourselves, and as far as I’m concerned, I’m a wealthy woman!
You see, I have always considered myself a wealthy woman. Through thick and thin, there are lessons to learn. No matter how bad it gets the lessons we learn are the same things that build character, and mold the person we become. In a lot of ways having bad times, builds character, and strength!
In reading my email this morning, I realized I’m not the only one who is a glass half full person. If you have a little time, try reading the post from Celebrating Sunshine, Hapiness is……
I consider myself a wealthy woman because……
All my grandchildren are not just smart but beautiful as well..…
I’m able to celebrate birthdays with my family…
Connor still wants to spend time with me! This is big for an 11-year-old boy!
Nolan wants to spend time with me, and can’t wait for his parents to go to work so I can stay with him for the evening!
I have beauty all around me!
I get to experience all the little critters my grandchildren are caring for, and learning from. I think learning all the habits, and what these little pets need for food builds a love of nature. My kids had all sorts of creatures from skunks to snakes, and everything in between, and they all love and respect nature, and the planet.
I am so grateful for my daughter in law for allowing this paint fest to happen at her home, and still clean up the mess when it was over. She never held it against me for having thought of the idea, the kids had a fun summer memory, and I’m still in her good graces!
Our family is closely knit, and do many things together. At the same time, know one gets upset if the other part of the family wants to go off on their own. I have a wonderful husband who puts up with a crazy artist wife, and puts up with all my crazy kids, and animals. How could it get any better?
Life is good!