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What are you thankful for today?

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, let's list some things we're thankful for this week!

I'm thankful for this group, it has certainly made a difference in my life. 

And I'm really thankful for central heat.  





Today I am grateful for a sponsor who told me to make a gratitude list, and this place to do it, and for:

  • my Higher Power, and my ability to receive from Him today
  • the beauty of Nature
  • the spiritual mountaintop experiences that I can't generate at will, but that just show up from time to time
  • my name and what it represents
  • my parents and sisters
  • my home and pets
  • that neither J nor I have had to lose our home despite the rift in our marriage and family
  • that we are getting along ok as friendly roommates
  • that recovery really works if I work it
  • that I am clean, lean and sober today, taking care of myself
  • that we found a rental scooter for J so we can go to the car show
  • for my great client who hired me fulltime, trusts me, wants me to work independently at things I'm good at and is actually willing to pay me to build on my natural talents!

I'm thankful for....

-having a warm house to sleep in.

-my sister (& the rest of the family)

-L and L... These two women are my spiritual rock.

-J, even though we haven't talked much since he moved to Maryland...

-the privilege of pursuing a college education 

This morning I'm thankful for . . .

The wonderful body and brain that the good Lord has given me.   Although I'm often dissatisfied with my imperfections, I'm very thankful that at the decrepit old age of 50 + I can still exercise and still solve problems.  

I'm thankful for gadgets and the technology that provides them.  (I'm uploading videos from my grandson's bday party to facebook so that the whole family can see them.   How cool is that?)

And I'm very thankful for you guys, especially Pro who gave us this wonderful site and fellowship.




"The older I grow, the more I distrust the familiar doctrine that age brings wisdom." - H.L. Mencken

thankful for friends

I'm thankful for my friends. I guess that's the main thing right now.

Procrastination is the grave in which opportunity is buried.

Convalaria's gratitiude list

 I am thankful for:

  • my sons and the relationship that we have
  • the recovery my sons have had over the past 2 years from various issues
  • my best friend of ovrt 30 years, R without her I do not know where i would be now
  • my doggy
  • being married, having, children and finally having the courage to part when ti did not work out
  • My therapist and all the work I have done to repair the damge of a disfunctional, traumatised by the Holocaust family.
  • the internet    I love it
  • living in a wonderfuly city in a wonderful country
  • having a chance to do daily work on my issues of procrastination using the materials and the help provided by the site

"Recovery from procrastination means doing what you say you're going to do, when you say you're going to do it."

Gratitude list

Thanks to God for this online community and the warm wonderful friends I've made here. Thanks, God, for your constancy in offering me the gifts of serenity, courage and wisdom - mine for the asking - no matter what I'm going through. Thanks for the beauty of Nature, for warm slippers and puppy-dogs, for cranky cats and fuzzy blankets, for hazelnut coffee (how did I live before?!) and ambrosia apples; for 12 Steps, countless tools and endless friends in the fellowships of PA, AA, OA and Alanon. Thanks for another day to be alive, clean and sober; for daily chances to grow and limitless second chances when I fail; for music and prayer and dance, for walking and talking, listening, tasting, seeing, smelling.  Thanks for this thread and for all its power in reminding me that I really do have everything I need to be happy today. And thanks for hearing my prayer, God: that you give a big warm God-hug to my friends who are reading this! 

Today I'm thankful for . . .

Working from home 2 days a week

my family

my dogs and cat 


Honey Bunches of Oats

Hot and Cold Running Water!  



"The older I grow, the more I distrust the familiar doctrine that age brings wisdom." - H.L. Mencken


I'm thankful to God for my life, however difficult it is sometimes. I am greatful for it. I pray that I may use it wisely. To use it for His glory.

- depressed procrastinator.

Welcome Hop3!

Haven't seen your posts before so just want to welcome you and offer hope - "depressed procrastinator" pretty well describes most of us when we find our way to this site, so you're among friends here. I'll add an "amen" and "me too" to your prayers for a wiser, more God-centered life!

Grateful for. . .

  • Having a newish car that runs well
  • Good health and all my parts working properly
  • Chocolate in all its many forms
  • The window in my office with a great view
  • Lunch breaks
  • Pasta
  • Radios
  • A down comforter
  • Tea
  • This website and everyone here
  • Central heating
  • My laptop 
  • The friend I had dinner with this evening
  • Clean running water
  • Modern medicine
  • The dojo where I practice
  • Color
  • Journey for starting this thread
  • My cool looking new shoes
  • Eyeglasses


e thanks

 my mother's news that her macular degeneration is actually mild

to be home in the midst of my family this year

the butterball turkey hotline

I am grateful for the

I am grateful for the fellowship and hope I find here.

For having work I love.

For my friends. 

For being able to find some joy in the world here and there.