Living ~400lbs

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Thankful Thursday

[An occasional exercise in gratitude]

It’s Thursday and I’m thankful for….

  1. I belong to a church where women wearing pants to church is common.  As are women in leadership
  2. 1-year anniversary at work.  My signing bonus is now all mine, instead of something I have to pay back if I leave.  Also I get another week’s vacation next year.
  3. My own office, without a roommate.
  4. Upcoming 4-day weekend.
  5. Letting go of other people’s “Oh, but you have to do ________ for Christmas” and focusing on what I want to do.
  6. The man of the house, who has been supportive through work craziness in October / November.
  7. Splurging on things from tees to office toys because I can.
  8. Did I mention an upcoming 4-day weekend?
  9. Memories of a fun weekend of musical crafty goodness.
  10. Discovering that yes, washing the bed linens weekly (including the mattress pad) really really does affect my health.  (AKA “This week’s stuffiness, headaches, and increased inhaler usage is Proof that the laundry is not make-work, damn it.)

3 responses to “Thankful Thursday”

  1. 10. This is why I have three sets of sheets and two sets of mattress/pillow protectors. I change the bedding EVERY week or I am miserable. I finally got a replacement HEPA filter and I can feel the difference.

    I don’t know what you want to do for Christmas, but I love the making of food for people and am grateful I have many friends I can feed.

  2. I follow you foro a year , I find you a lovely sweet woman, also a gorgeous Ssbbw. It is time to wish you a merry Chrisrmas. I appreciate you so much. Greetings from Spain

  3. Good for you! And season’s greetings! :D

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Former software tester, now retired heart patient having fun and working on building endurance and strength. See also About page.

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