“…in everything GIVE THANKS; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.” 1 Thessalonians 5:18
We’ve been on this health journey of Autism, auto-immune disorders, and Lyme for five years now. It’s been a roller coaster in every sense of the word. From the traditional therapies, the pediatrician visits, the integrative/alternative doctors, the homeopath, the chiropractors, the diets…everything we have tried, it’s been up and down, up and down.
I’ve spent the last month reassessing where we are, where we started, how far we have come, how far we still have to go. And when I really stop and think about it, I’m so eternally grateful for every path God has led us down. We have learned valuable lessons every step of the way and with each hurdle we have encountered.
This year, this Thanksgiving, I’m choosing to see something positive in each day, to find at least one thing to be thankful for, today and every day going forward. Because that’s the LEAST I can do. I have so so many things to be thankful for. But we all know it’s easy to lose sight of those things in the day to day grind of life with young kids; special needs or not.
So today I choose to be THANKFUL and look at the positive things each day brings!