Happy November and welcome to the month of gratitude
My chronic illness has made me a thankful person in general. I’m thankful when I’m not in my dark quiet room. It doesn’t mean that I’m not in pain, but if I’m good enough to be out of bed, I’m thankful.
I’m thankful for many, many, people who love me for just who I am. I have had to weed out the people who don’t understand but isn’t that life and maturity? I’m at an age now where my confidence is at its highest. I know who I am and have surrounded myself with people who truly deserve my time. I can be knocked down and dragged out by my migraines at any moment so I don’t waste my time with people who don’t make me happier or feel better.
I’m thankful for cuddling with my husband and eating dessert while…
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