From me and mine to you and yours, Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
I am thankful for so much this year, which is why I have been able to cope with losing much of my mobility during it all. It has been a year of ups and down, but the ups have been through the roof… so I made a little list here to say what I’m thankful for today…
- Family, friends, and everyone in our synagogue – Much of what has made this year so incredibly stellar has come from those I’d mentioned.
- Conversion – The completion of the conversion process was a huge thing that made this year one I will never forget.
- Support – The support, love, and help of those around me during this trying time of losing my mobility has been infinitely appreciated beyond words.
- Music and art – This has been a huge year for my music and art as well, and that’s in part due to all of my supporters and fans.
- Writing – It has been a huge year for my writing as well, especially in undertaking writing my memoirs.
- I’m thankful to have food for me and my family, and a warm house for us to live in. While some might think I’m being trite, I mean it as they are luxuries not everyone in the world can afford.
- My doctors and nurses – The doctors, nurses, and staff have been phenomenal through all of this transition and learning process and I cannot stress how thankful to have all of them in my life as well.
- For the scientists making advances in medical technology giving life back to people and saving lives every day!
- My hearing and vision professionals and doctors, for helping me through the difficult time of losing both slowly.
- I am also grateful for the journey of my life, which has given me stories, lessons, and an amazing perception of the world and my fellow human beings.
- My clients who trust me to help them and who are courageous enough to seek help, to begin with.