Feeling Grateful

Kimba Likes feeling grateful and I am sharing why it feels great! #kimbalikes #grateful #blessed #wordstolivebyThis post was written at the end of October 2015

I’m so grateful. Grateful that I’m kicking it a week post op. Grateful that I’m getting told off for kicking it a week post op.

I’m grateful for the luxury of being able to recuperate without worrying about being able to pay the bills.

Grateful for the love of a man who makes me laugh and drool and cry. Who is just perfect – for me. Grateful to be loved like this.

I’m feeling grateful for the awesome human being we created. Smart, funny, empathetic and so goodlookin’. I’m grateful for the beautiful relationship we have.

Grateful to be able to afford the private health care that saw me treated by one of the top 5 doctors in this country who does this specialised surgery.

Grateful for the freezer full of food in our house that the Welshman cooked.

Grateful for the freezer full of food in our garage that the Welshman’s mate from work cooked. Kimba friendly food. (It made me cry).

Grateful to have found a GP who listened. Who put two and two together and saw a simple solution. Who didn’t write me off. Who recommended me to the best specialist I’ve ever had in my long and chequered health history.

I’m grateful to the friends who have rallied and bombarded me with messages of support, presents to cheer me up, kid pickups and just been there with sushi and tea and the rest.  Grateful for the opportunity to see who my real friends are.

Kimba Likes feeling grateful and I am sharing why it feels great! #kimbalikes #grateful #blessed #wordstoliveby

I’m grateful (and happily surprised) by the lovely gifts I’ve received from Viva La Body (a beautiful vintage kimono and velvet sleeping mask), Ruby & Lilli (a gorgeously soft and comfy Dream Believe Achieve T shirt), Shabby Sisters (an extra special discount on some comfily stylish pants) and Bella Bodies (a bamboo slip which I’ve been wearing to help support my tummy post op – their Bamboo soft bras and knickers have been my daily go tos).

Mostly, I’m just grateful to be here and to be so close to a pain free life. A whole new life.

What are you feeling grateful for?

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  • Lauren @SAHM I am - 22 December 2015 - 9.50 am

    I am so glad that you are feeling wonderful- it is amazing what a difference a doctor can make!ReplyCancel

  • Beth | AlmostPosh.com - 25 November 2015 - 3.29 pm

    Well done on your awesome recovery, you are looking so well and happy!ReplyCancel

  • Sonia from Sonia Styling - 25 November 2015 - 10.36 am

    This is beautiful. I’m grateful you had this surgery and are feeling so much better. I’m grateful you’re in not in as much pain anymore. Super grateful to see you smiling. xReplyCancel

  • StyledbyBec - 25 November 2015 - 8.18 am

    What a lovely post Kimba. I’m grateful for many things. Always my faith and family. Couldn’t live without them. I’m grateful for all the opportunities that come my way. I’m grateful to hear you are on the mend. This post is so good to remind us we all need to be grateful for what we have, especially with Christmas coming up. xReplyCancel

  • Norlin Mustapha - 24 November 2015 - 9.02 pm

    I’m grateful that my replacement driver’s licence have finally arrived, grateful that Miss 13 got accepted to a new school even though it was an extremely last minute decision and application and grateful that I have real friends who do care when I’m at my lowest.ReplyCancel

  • Em @ The Illusive Femme - 24 November 2015 - 9.52 am

    I’m grateful I managed to score some time off work this Christmas break and will get to go home to see my family. XReplyCancel

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