I’m Thankful for YOU

Ready or not the holidays are here. This Thanksgiving I am thankful for all of the people in my life including every one of my readers. I have been blessed with so many amazing people – in the real world and online.

When I started this blog I never would have imagined the response that it would created. I was just writing to work some things out and as I typed so did my readers.

In a flood of questions, comments of support YOU my readers encourage me to keep writing and tell me not to stop.

Some days I cannot even keep up with all of the emails and blog comments. Honesty it can be a bit overwhelming at times but I am always grateful.

I truly believe that focusing on being grateful for all the things that you do have and not focusing on what you are missing is the key to a happy life.

This Thanksgiving what are you thankful for?


30 thoughts on “I’m Thankful for YOU”

  1. For one thing, I’m grateful I found your blog. Although I have an autistic grandson, I’ve found that in many cases your thoughts apply equally well to everyone. As you share about your own struggles, you help us all. Thanks for your courage and insight into the human condition.

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  2. To be really honest (is there any other way to be? 😊), I was pondering this question, but I only thought of the question after it had been answered: I’m thankful for you and the rest of the Asperger’s/autism spectrum community. I’m thankful, too, for its prerequisite, my diagnosis. I’m thankful for the comments and feedback and interaction I witness, not just on my own blog, but on all of ours. I’ve never felt so understood and so accepted in my life 😊❤️💐

    Happy Thanksgiving!! 💞

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  3. Dear Anonymouslyautistic,, I would like it very much if you would consent to being a guest on my Podcast on Fridays at 8 p.m. You won’t have to leave the comfort of your home only have to call in and answer questions and comments. I would really appreciate it if you decide to do it. You have my e-mail address just let me know. Thx, Jenny White.

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  4. Learning the truth of Thanksgiving killed it for me. I can’t celebrate a day like that any longer. I can’t form it into my own beliefs just to stay within a narrative of “joy”. This is just me. I’m thankful everyday of the things I love in life. It doesn’t take one day for it.

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