Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Thinking Positive


cousins Nancy, Mickey, and ME talking
to my aunt Rene
who was bedridden.
1979
When I saw this old photo of me I thought wow!  I was really young when MS first appeared in my life.

Yet I see it as a snapshot of the good times I was having with my family.

Look for the positives this Thanksgiving week!

14 comments:

Sandra said...

thanks for the reminder, will do. Enjoy your Thanksgiving. hope you get to see your grandson

Ginny Hartzler said...

YES! And I hope you have a wonderful one with family and friends.

Betsy Adams said...

Absolutely... We all need to remember the POSITIVES in our lives, not just this week --but all year long....

Happy Thanksgiving.

I am thankful for YOU.

Hugs,
Betsy

Elephant's Child said...

A very happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.

Ruth Hiebert said...

It is encouraging to see that you recall the good memories.Keep it up.

Pam Jackson said...

How old were you when you found out you had MS? One of my best friends son found out a few yrs ago that he had it. He is not doing so well, they say that his is a progressive kind. So strange that you can go so far in life before something like that hits you. You are in my thoughts often and I hope that the holiday season does not wear you down. Take care.

Chatty Crone said...

You were young. I am sorry you have it.
On another positive note - Happy Thanksgiving.

DUTA said...

Indeed, one has to look at the bright side of things, or as we often say, see the half full glass. That's life.

Linda at To Behold The Beauty said...

I love your attitude, Kim. Your positive outlook shines through you. I love the picture of the three of you visiting your bedridden aunt, too. So sweet. Wishing you a happy Thanksgiving.

diane b said...

It is wonderful that you can find positives.

My Odd Sock said...

Yep, well said.
Some fail to see the big picture. Thanks for the reminder.

Pam Jackson said...

Hey Kim ~Happy THanksgiving to you and yours.

Kim Standard said...

My bil that was so sick got out of rehab Wednesday so he came to our thanksgiving. He has to use wheelchair til he builds strength. Keep him in your prayers.....

Far Side of Fifty said...

Sending positive thoughts your way. My husband always says it could be worse...or look around and you will notice those who are not as fortunate as he is:)

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