Count your blessings.
I don’t think we do this often enough. I have been fortunate in my life and have been given many opportunities. I have also made many opportunities for myself. But, I still try to take a few moments to be thankful. This leads me to what I intend to write about here today: some of my blessings.
It is very exciting to me to be a part of social media these days. I consider this a blessing. It gives me an outlet to express myself and be embraced by individuals who are interested and value my opinion. In addition to this blog, I also get to reach 184,000 subscribers on MyRealityTech.com. The fact that my voice is heard by so many about a topic I am passionate about, technology, is awe inspiring to me.
She hates it when I do this, but I need to recognize my friend Jenna Gonzalez once again for the amazing opportunities she has given me and the faith she has had in me as a writer and a person. Because of her I have been able to jump into peoples inbox with my nerdy little rants, attend International CES, and play with so really cool technology that I likely wouldn’t have had an opportunity to otherwise. People like her are few and far between and I am honored to have her in my life.
Of course I am incredibly thankful for my wonderful family. My husband as son inspire greatness in me and give me additional justification for the efforts I make to improve our lives and the world around us. I am thankful that I have a faithful and loving husband and a smart and beautiful little boy.
Yesterday he shed his gorgeous baby locks and made the visual transition from baby to boy. A bittersweet moment in a mother’s life that I almost wish I would have put off a little longer. His cherub look may be gone, but his happiness and energy are still abound.
He will no longer be confused with a girl, but I know I will never again see that sweet baby hair shine in the son with its heavenly glow. I feel almost as though I took his angel wings away, but I know this feeling will pass with time.
Thank you for taking the time to take in my ramblings, I really do enjoy being able to share my life, experiences, and opinions with the world.