my kitten's a boy.
okay, not as pissed as I was last night. But I have assloads to be thankful for, so, just like the last three years, here goes:
*my family. I love them. My mom and Kym have been there for me so much this past year (okay, they've always been there for me. But, because the last ten months have been so hard on all of us. And as I sit here writing this and my mom's reading the news paper and kym is cooking thanksgiving dinner, I can't help but be thankful for everything that they've done for me, spending assloads of money to make me comfortable, spending time with me during this past summer, just...everything. I love them.
*my friends. I love them as well. I kind of want to name them, but I might miss someone. But here goes. And if I miss you, it's because...well, there's really no excuse, please don't be hating! Here goes. I am so VERY thankful for (in no particular order): suz, andrea, jessica, jen, jennifer, jeanne sarah, doris, becky, erin, naima, andy, tom, ruth, steve, christy, brenden, sean, matt, caryn, noelle, shelly, heidi, beth, katie, shirley, kaz, kathy, jim, lemur, dave, kim, mindi, bre, kat, jethro, tim, alyssa, beth, chris, other beth, nick, sabrina, ian, other sarah, other dave, heather, mai, craig/ryan (haha), yet another sarah, dan, rachel, lauren/gina (well, they're KIND of the same person), bryon, as well as ashley, heather, john, ann, and all my other electronic friends. Thank you all for being in my life.
*my health. It's been a long long last 10 months. And now, even though my counts are low, I can see the light at the end of the tunnel, and that's the great part. Counts are low, but I can live with that. I was talking about it all with steve recently, and, well...I'm gonna live. That's the only thing that matters.
*my education. So often I take it for granted.I hate studying, I hate actually going to boring classes, but knowledge is more precious that it's weight in gold. Which in't very much, because it's all neurological pathways. Wow, that was kind of stupid.
*the cancer center. Nuff said.
*the rec center. I love the techy ness of it. It's nice.
*without naming names/things, I am so very thankful for those who have been instigators of change in my life. There are specific events and/or people in my life who have given me the chance to expand and change and become the person that I am to be when I grow up (haha, am I not already?). For there are decidedly things that without having been in my life, I would not be me. So thank you.
*my apartment. It sucks, but it's a roof.
*my (boy) kitten. yay for fluffy things!