A Thanksgiving of Dream-Doing and Gratitude

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This has been quite a year. Now though, as I sit here typing away it is with both a big smile on my face and with tears of joy because I know that I am in the midst of doing what I love. I know I will see my parents on Thursday, and soon my oldest niece and nephew. I know that income flows in and part of it comes from that once impossible idea of being not just a writer, but a writer who writes about things she loves: wellness, travel, and personal development.

I smile because it has been a year of courage for me and perhaps more than at any other time in my life I am immensely and endlessly thankful to myself. Many internal blocks to success were removed this year, and many external obstacles leapt over. There are others to whom I owe much, but this year I stand in great gratitude towards myself.

Soon I will take leave of writing this article to put some edits on a document that someone has commissioned me to create. Three years ago that sentence was just a dream. Today, it is my reality. What once seemed a longshot has now come to fruition, and I stand in awe of this indescribably uplifting space where what I want and what I have are one and the same.

With the Deepest Gratitude for Your Support, I Wish Everyone a Happy Thanksgiving



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2 thoughts to “A Thanksgiving of Dream-Doing and Gratitude”

  1. Wonderful article Kirstie. Life has such a way of moving one into the unknown of possibilities.
    I share with you a year of growth; of unending possibilities and gratitude to God/Universe and mostly to myself.
    It has been a challenging year and you know that we do not grow, excel and become who we were meant to be if we do not face the challenges that life offers. Challenges that are of course, seeds of opportunity.

    And the day came when the risk to remain tight I bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom. -Anais Nin

    1. Beautifully put Reni! I’m looking forward to us both having a smoothly flowing year in 2018 because of challenges met:-) Merry Christmas to you, Rick, and your entire family!!

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