Thankful Thursday 5 March 2020

Some weeks are hard to be thankful than others. Work and family; there are times where I’m not grateful for any of the nonsense.

I don’t like talking finances with my family and I don’t appreciate dad bringing things up, because it keys up mom and I. I don’t appreciate it and I made it known. I will not use plastic cups at Starbucks; I drink a small latte and I will not drink a grande in plastic. That would be more and that would mean more time in the bathroom. They’re watching bathroom usage at my full-time job. Plastic doesn’t really save me. They might take 10 cents off, but grande is more than a tall regardless.

However, while this annoyed me, I am grateful for what is done otherwise. I will pay off debt, I will move out of the area, and I will move when I am ready. Can’t be rushed and most know this.

I am also grateful for friends who have reached out to me this week. There have been more you-know-who sightings, one of which this said person got onto the same car as me, smirked at me while looking me in the eye, then sitting near me. This said person shows up at random, dressed in a black hoodie. I’m afraid and a friend gave me pepper spray. I am grateful for that.

I was having some irritation issues with my dermal piercing and on Monday I made a trip into Philadelphia to pick up my glasses, I visited Infinite. I’m friends with my piercer and we were chatting about it. He took me right away and my piercing was fine. I am grateful for Zach and Infinite Body Piercing. I’m grateful that they listen to my anxieties when they arise and they don’t charge to check. I ended up buying more saline solution.

One of my co-workers at my full-time job also bought me fries on Tuesday, free of charge. It’s also been a nice week for walks.

What are you thankful for?

 

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thehappinessboxproject

Creator of the Happiness Box Project Initiative, a project where you write your happiness or gratitude each day, then open the box in the New Year. The Initiative is to teach joy and gratitude, to pass it on to others.

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