I love gratefulness.
I really, really do.
Gratefulness feels like a blanket on a cold day. It’s snuggly and safe and warms me all the way to my core.
It is one of my sincerest hopes that I will always be aware of my love for gratefulness and even though at times I feel corny expressing the incredible volume of grateful that can overcome me, I will continue to work through that self-consciousness and shout out my feelings. For I both need and value a life full of love and kindness.
So with that said, it is with a happy and grateful heart that I write this post.
Thank you to everyone who so beautifully responded to my request to help a mother whose daughter was just diagnosed with Autism.
You took time out of your day to compose thoughtful comments to a woman you will never know. You shared a part of your heart with her and I have to say that is awesome.
You are awesome Ariane at Emma’s Hope Book.
You are awesome Fairy Tale Forgotten.
You are awesome Lori at A Quiet Week In The House.
You are awesome Linda at Outrunning The Storm.
You are awesome KashaUK2000.
You are awesome Susan.
You are awesome That Cynking Feeling.
You are awesome Cynthia and Richardsdaughter.
You are awesome Sam at Everyday Asperger’s.
You are awesome Erin at Three Puzzle Pieces.
I appreciate each and every one of you and it is important to me that you know that. I am glad we are part of the same community!
May we always remember, and I think we do, these precious faces of autism, for they are what brought us all together and I am so very grateful they did.