Saturday, 20 December 2014

Blogmas Day 20 - Weekend Wisdom: What I'm Thankful For This Christmas

As good old Cliff  Richard said Christmas is 'a time for forgiving, a time for forgetting', 'love and laughter and joy ever after' and 'a time for rejoicing in all that we see' - He's clearly a wise man is out Cliff! This got me in a bit of a reflective mood, thinking of all the things I'm thankful for this Christmas time.

Family: I know everyone says they've got the best family, but I really do, I love the dynamic between us all, how supportive & how encouraging we all are to each other. The older I'm getting the more thankful I feel I am towards my family.
Good health: If there's something I've learnt over the last few years it's to look after your body & it'll look after you in return! As long as everyone's healthy we'll all be happy, that's all that matters right?

My wonderful boyfriend: I feel so lucky that our paths coincidentally passed, I really don't know what I'd do without him! I love our relationship & what we have together. Future wise, we're both on the same wave length too which is just the coolest thing.
Money worries: It's difficult especially around this time of year, the amount of homeless in Leeds city centre doesn't bear thinking about. I'm not the richest cat around town (not by far) but I earn enough to pay the bills & that's what matters - Anything else is a treat! I think we often take for granted all we have.

Having a close knit friendship group: My friends have been my friends since school, we've all grown up with each other & seeing each other grow into adults has been fab! We've had some right good laughs, usually at our own expense but still - That's the best type of humour right?
Having a mass of oportunities: We live in an awesome go-getting, equality for men & women age which again I think we can sometimes take for granted. I wont go too much into it but as women we've come so far over the last hundred years or so & I fully have the mindset of taking every opportunity given.

Soooo xclaireabella got (kinda) deep!... However this is a perfect time for doing so, with the end of the year brings new beginnings, and with new beginnings means building from past experiences.

Thank you so much for reading. Lots of love.



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