Normally in November I take to Facebook and update my status every day with something I'm thankful for. But I have no idea how to go back and read all of them from the past few years without taking forever. This year, I'm going to do it here, on the blog. That way I will have those declarations in one place, no matter how many years go by.
I have been so blessed in my 31 years. I have the best parents a girl could ask for. Amazing brothers. Fantastic friends. I fell in love with my best friend and we have 2 beautiful children who remind me daily of God's love for us. Those are the guaranteed things I'm thankful for. But there are so many other things I'm thankful for.
I'm thankful to have found a profession that brings me so much joy and fulfillment. So many people are unhappy in their jobs. I can honestly say that I love mine. I was truly called to be a nurse. But the beautiful part of this amazing profession is the ability to recognize when you're getting burned out and have many different avenues to travel while still being in the nursing profession. I had found myself emotionally drained the past few months and I now have an exciting new opportunity in Clinical Research. I'm so thankful for this change.
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