I want to express my gratitude to each and everyone on this re like family to me...esp Tony and Lee Ann you were there so much in my times of need and I love you forever. I also thank God...for this AVM it prioritize my life and I know who and what is truly importanta to me...It was life changing but I learned and continue to learn life is better because of it...and daily pain well small price to pain for my life. Thanksgiving this year avm is gone or at least we think I left without but again I wish I were but in the bigger picture, I am grateful for my life.....I thank God each and every day for is gift...I am back to work as a nurse and again so so blessed to help others on their journeys..I am grateful for those in my life, mainly my best friend, who from standing in a parking lot after being away for my first neuro appointment to a phone call today out of concern... who has been on this journey...again we should all have a friend...who needs more than one if we are so blessed as his word was sincere and true and I will love him forever for being there. We all have so much to be grateful for this year and if you don't see it now...let i settle in your heart and you will realize something will come out of it....remember nothing bad in life...oportunity oo grow and learn.. I remember you all each an every day in my prayers...please keep me in yours on my continued journey towards wellness which I am struggling with lately. I love you xoxox Mare (just Mare :))....blesssings to you and your family...we are survivors.....

The best way to show my gratitude to God is
to accept everything, even my problems, with joy.
— Mother Teresa


Happy Thanksgiving Day, and yes,…be thankful for you are a very blessed woman.

thanks for sharing such words about gratitude.