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Fifteen Days of Thanks - Day 4

Today I am thankful for responsibilities. The things I do for others and for myself.

Love. Kids. People. Dogs. Home. My body. My mind. Work. Bills.

Every one of these responsibilities help me to live my life with purpose.  I have reasons to get up and go every morning. I give more to my day.  And I get more out of my day.

Because of the things I've taken responsibility for I live a more fulfilling life.  I recognize that without them I'd be feeling lost and unguided.

Everything that I give myself to gives back to me a meaningful way.


Monica said…
hi there.

loved your bio, i can relate to so much of it. especially the learning to sleep part. :)

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