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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Thank you Bikette!!1 I think that we give each other HOPE :) xo

So grateful for you wonderful news, Robyn. I am thrilled for you. The news couldn't be better. Cat =^..^=

Judith, Thank You and all of your support and Blessings. xo

Cat, Thank You!! The support from you and so many others helped me get through this and so much more. I love you all xo

My eye is completely clear, healthy and Doctor said "Perfect". I am on Cloud 9 and to say the least....."Grateful" Thank You to ALL of you for the support and kindness through this ordeal. After 18 months of laser zaps, hemorrhages, clots, surgery and blindness I WON the battle. :)Love to you all. xo

That's awesome!

Thank you Acidrock....Love it!!

and love to you too Robyn

I am grateful having returned healthy and happy from a fantastic class reunion ( this ages me :) , Amsterdam 1960 ...and I signed up with CDA's Team Diabetes today as a 8 km walker/runner ...the Marathon to be in AMSTERDAM , Oct. 2013 ...I will fund raise soon !!

What great news, Robyn. Perfect is a wonderful word. We don't hear it often enough when dealing with our less than perfect bodies. I am so glad for you. It seems that you suffered more than 18 months. I hope that you suffer no more with anything. Have a great weekend. Luv ya !!! Cat =^..^=

Today i'm grateful for my health. Not that i'm some exemplary type of female or diabetic. just grateful that i still live relatively complicated free. free to enjoy the weekend with my family. free to go to work and earn a living. free from pain.

i am really grateful that i didnt have diabetes as a kid, that my identity was pretty "set" when i got it. for having enjoyed 36 year of chocolate and pizza worry free.

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