You can count on one hand how many times another family member has offered to help. You won’t even guess how many handfuls of M&Ms you gulped yesterday. You can’t keep up with the number of doctors’ appointments. You hate to keep track of how many nights you and your caree have spent in the hospital. You dread computing the costs of your caree’s care.
The math just gives you a migraine.
When you’re tempted to tally, look to a different set of numbers. Count your blessings, no matter how small. Your blessings multiple when you add them up.
How are you blessed? Please share in our comments section, below.
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