30 Days of Thankfulness, Notables, Uncategorized

Day 10: Sending Out Thanks

Wow! It’s great to know that something like ’30 Days of Thankfulness’ could be useful to someone else. Mariaroseholistic, I want to tell you “THANK YOU” for highlighting the TDarrisBlog, but most importantly, I want to thank you for highlighting thankfulness, and the wonders it can do for our lives.

A few months ago, I made a commitment to take time out each day to tell God “Thank You” for everything He does for me, gives to me, and just for Him being who He is.

I figured that a thankful heart is a great safeguard to becoming and remaining joyful and content, and that it serves as a great way for people to take the time to learn about and appreciate each other and the world we live in.

I also want to thank you for posting the link to the Forbes article on thankfulness because I have been looking for it online for weeks!— I forgot where I had saved it.

Thank you, again Mariaroseholistic, and I hope that you will continue to make a positive impact on every person who comes across your blog, and all the work you do!

May God bless you in every way, Mariaroseholistic!

And, again, thank you 🙂

—Teyuna T. Darris

Thanks to perusing some of WordPress and getting some new followers I’ve come across some pretty awesome blogs. I want to say thanks to each and every one of you (old and new subscribers) and tell you how incredibly awesome you are.

It’s so great to be able to read up on so many different people and their lives. It gives such a fresh perspective on life and allows you to get into the minds of other people. For those of you out there who are writing and sharing your lives online, kudos. I salute those of you who are making conscious efforts to become better in your own lives, taking new adventures, meeting new people or whatever other adventure you find yourself creating.

In lieu of the fact that I’m using this post to thank everyone, I encourage you to take a look at Teyuna Darris and her blog

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