Time for Thankful Friday again! The week was very hectic and thus no posting in between! So time for someone to be thankful again! After me, Janine, Samantha and Melanie; I have Diana Simon doing the kvelling for us!
Through the same club, Diana has been such an awesome support for my blog and has got some absolutely brilliant ideas all raring to go! So what’s she thankful for? Here goes:
I am honored that Hajra has asked me to be part of this “Fridays will be different” series.
1. I am thankful for my family.
My husband is the most amazing person in the world and is always so patient in putting up with me. I wouldn’t put up with myself! My sister is another saint who plays an important part in my life and it’s great when two sisters can also be best of friends. I am also thankful for my extended family as well as my husband’s. If you don’t already know, I have twin nieces who are 2-years old and I am thankful for their laughter and the joy they have brought to my life.
2. I am thankful for my health.
Four years ago, I was diagnosed with thyroid cancer and while it was a challenging period, it was a blessing in disguise. I now take better care of myself and it is important for me to be healthy as I intend to life a full life even at a ripe old age. I want to be able to do daily routine tasks without doing so in pain.
3. Talking about my health, I am thankful for my doctors.
In Italy, and it will shock many, my doctor and his team are extremely efficient and professional. My doctor even makes his team speak to me in English! Did I mention, this is a public hospital? While the infrastructure is questionable, my doctor and his team are god-sent. I am so thankful for him that I told my husband that if we have a boy, I am going to name him after the doctor. That was until we found out his first name and my husband refuses! LOL
4. I am thankful that my internet and laptop is working again.
Last week, I had two days where both my laptop and internet didn’t work at the same time. I am glad they are both working now but the twist is that I was thankful that I had two days offline. It was a much needed break!
5. I am thankful that I am on holiday for until September.
As most of you know, I teach and always make the most of my summer by taking 3 months off. I am away for a month visiting family but that doesn’t mean I won’t be blogging
So now as always just tell Diana how much we enjoyed having her here! Do visit her Coaching Blog; she does wonders there!