Today I was on my way to the movies, and really noticed the beautiful green, lush grape vineyards. I was amazed just how beautiful they were against the blue sky.
I thought to myself how "grateful" I was to have my eyesight. It hit me hard....for some reason. I was just curious as to what others are grateful for each day.

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Today, I was grateful that Nel was Happy to receive my card okay. :)
Terrie8 ..I only read this today , Sept. 25 ...too funny ...and I am grateful /happy as well ;-)
I'm grateful for a lot today (hmmm, my wacko hormones must be settling down a bit). For starters, I'm grateful for you, Robyn, and your kind presence on tudiabetes. I'm grateful for my eyes, too. I'm grateful for insulin. It's not perfect, but it gives us life.
i thought a lot about my family today
and how close we are
i'm glad i have them around :)
Im so grateful for a wonderful and truely blessed marriage with my husband, Kyle...Today is our 6th wedding anniversary.
I am grateful for friends.
that i'll have a new furnace and central air system in my house by the end of the week :)
I'm so greatful for the Tu Diabetes Community, especially Christina and Zoe. You all have helped me in ways you'll never know.
Thanks Debb...Im truely grateful for wonderful friends, like you...
I'm just glad to be alive and kicking and able to participate here at Tudiabetes (thanks Manny ;) ) and meeting so many people with like minds such as myself!!
I am grateful for life and most of my parts still doing what they are suppose to. Eyes, Legs, Arms, Hands, etc...Because they let me love, hold and contact my daughters, wife, family and friends.
thanks for referring me to this discussion...am grateful:)

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