Joined: Thu Nov 15, 2012 5:41 pm
I finally feel awake! The past few weeks have been insomniac hell for me. I'm still up at kind of a weird hour, but... at least I'll be able to get through the day!
I love this thread. It always reminds me of all I have to be happy about.
I faced a whole bunch of my fears this past week, and didn't even seem to bat an eyelid. A few years ago, I used to find it hard to even leave my house. I just can't imagine that now. I feel much happier as I am now.
I'm also happy about Christmas decorations. My family put ours' up yesterday. It really lightens everything up. Plus, I have a bunch of fairy lights in my room.
I'm really happy for you! I can't begin to fathom how hard that must have been to overcome.
If you don't mind my saying so, you seem like a really strong person. Own that happiness! You earned it.
I love Christmas lights too! The sun rises so late, and most people here leave their lights on all night, so I wake up to some every morning. Christmas makes the winter so much more bearable.
... Which reminds me. I'm thankful for Christmas music, too. I don't even care. I love it. I love Christmas.
Thank you very much. It really made my day to hear that.
And, I think there's a real great happiness for having achieved something, so I always feel happy when I've worked against my fears.
I sometimes have problems with insomnia, too. I always wake up in the middle of the night, then can never get back to sleep.
I constantly have the lights on now. I think I'll be really sad when I have to take them down.
Christmas music is great, all kinds. At home, we have the classical music station on the radio, so there's all kinds of Christmas carols on. I really love some of the kinda corny Christmas songs, too.
I FREAKING LOVE CHRISTMAS MUSIC!
Jona Lewie's Stop the Cavalry topping my favourite Christmas songs list.
I'm thankful for my dog as I write this he is resting his head on my leg watching the screen. He's so warm like that, he's a Golden Retriever so he's hardly little but it doesn't stop him acting like a puppy and trying to fit into every little space he could as a kid.
Aww, I'm really thankful for my cat. Even though he woke me up late last night. I heard him meowing and just thought he just wanted to go out or something, but when I went into our study room, he was asleep on the desk. I thought I must have imagined it, yet when I gave him a stroke, he started meowing again. So, I guess he just woke me up for a hug.