Thursday, November 26, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving '09...

I know I have been away from the blog for a few weeks, I've been suffering from writers block, but you can help me generate some new posts, just ask a question and I'll answer it, I'm sure that will be able to get my mind moving until the season starts back up.

It's Thanksgiving and it's a time to give extra thanks for the blessings that have been bestowed upon us. There are less fortunate people in this world than you and it is important to remember that when things are going rough, a lot of people have it a lot rougher than you!

There are so many things in my life that I am thankful for, from you loyal readers and fans to being brought up by the most amazing person in the world.

On a training note, things are going very well, I have been out training for two months and I have no injury symptoms and that is something I am very thankful for.

My top five most thankful things are (in not particular order):

- The God given talent and blessings that I have been given
- My family and close friends
- My mom meeting a great guy and finally getting to enjoy the finer things in life
- Being myself and not having to live this life as someone else
- My fans

I am thankful for everything at all times, but this day just magnifies the importance of giving thanks and realizing where all blessings come from.

2 comments:

Aunt Celest said...

Since we can now ask you questions may I ask about Lee? What's going on with him and do you have any updated pictures of him, your sister, and nephew? How's Aub and Joel? What are they doing now? Did Lance get married yet? Are you going to be in the wedding? How's the house coming along? Any new projects going on?
Do you think you'll every open up
a track camp? Do you think you'll be at Penn this year?

Donna said...

David,
I read your blog from time to time, especially when i need some uplifting. There is something so genuine and real about you and the way you write that always makes me smile. My spirits are in a better place after I read what you have to say. Thought I would finally break the silence and let you know that what you post matters to a lot of people who may never speak up.
Donna