I’ve got a lot of things to be grateful for.

The friends I’ve gained.

The friends I’ve lost.

Both have made me into who I am today.

I’ve laughed with them, I’ve cried with them and I’ve even cried because of them

A little piece of advice: don’t let your heart do the talking when it comes to anyone other than yourself.

I’ve grown to love myself more because of them.

To the ones that have stuck with me through all this time…they all deserve the world, and if I could give it to them I would.

The confidence I’ve gained in myself throughout these “trying times”.

I hate it when people say that.


Because whenever someone says that to me it’s always got a “but…” after it. “I know these are really trying times, but…here’s three essays and an assignment all due by tomorrow. Have a nice day!”

But, that’s besides the point.

Throughout this year, I’ve grown so much confidence; not just about my physical appearance but my mental as well.

I know what my beliefs are and I’ll stick by them and stand with them till I die, and that i’m so proud of.

The family I’ve grown closer to and the family I’ve lost contact with.

Everyone has said this year has brought them closer to their family…because they’ve been stuck at home with them for months on end.

But to me, it’s a lot more than that.

I’ve learned to talk to them, and open up to them.

I didn’t think it was possible, but my love for them has grown more than I ever thought it could.

I’ve lost some family too, and that’s ok.

I’ve been through so much, but i’ve learned to put it behind me and grow from it.

So should they.

I’m grateful to have everyone who’s in my life right now, especially my Mom, my Dad, and David.

I love them all so much.

I’ve chosen to surround myself with people who love and care about me, because it’s the people you surround yourself with that have the most affect on you and your personality.

I want to thank everyone that’s hopped on this ride with us, just please remember to keep your hands and feet in the car at all times!

I really appreciate you, and I think that goes for everyone else in the family too.

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving, y’all.

Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m heading out to prepare myself for feast mode tomorrow!

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