Tuesday, April 14, 2015

L - Lucky

Red And Gray L clip artI am lucky that I moved out of my small town in NH after graduation and got to experience city life.

I am lucky that I worked in a variety of jobs before finding a career that suited me.

I am lucky I stumbled into a career working with computers. It did me well in my thirty year involvement.

I am lucky to have had over nineteen wonderful years with my late husband, Michael H. Yeaw.

I am doubly lucky to have met my current husband and to share our life together for many more years.

I am lucky to have been able to ride my own motorcycle for thirteen years and even managed to turn age 66 while riding Rt 66.

I am lucky to have three wonderful children, numerous wonderful step-children and too many grandchildren to count! Oh, #3 great grandchild is on the way.

I am lucky to have good health and hope to have for many more years.

I am lucky!


8 comments:

  1. Cheers to you, Donna! I share a few similarities with you -- moving away from a small town, having various jobs, falling into the one that has sustained me over decades, having lived with the wonderful First Husband, and now living with the wonderful Husband. Life is great.

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  2. Samantha Dunaway BryantApril 14, 2015 at 7:00 PM

    It sounds like you are indeed, lucky. :-) It's good to remember how lucky we are. In fact, that's what my husband and I have inscribed inside our wedding rings: The Lucky One (we both think we are the lucky one, and that's the luckiest luck of all).

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  3. What a wonderful idea - I love it! And you're right, we all need to remember how lucky we are every day!

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  4. That's awesome, Donna! You are truly blessed! Touch wood :)
    Co-Host AJ's wHooligan for the A to Z Challenge 2015

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  5. Thank you and I do (touch wood). ;)

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  6. What a wonderful family you've got. it's good to remind ourselves of how lucky we all are. Great L

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  7. Thank you, a reminder once in a while is great!

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