My friend Savio from the blog Goin’ the extra..aaamile had kindly tagged me for this tag. This is a first for me. I’ve done awards before but not a tag I think. Thank you so much Savio for the tag! Hi5! 😀
He’s a very thoughtful, cheerful and positive guy which reflects in his blog too. A true Goan at heart, he never wants to part from his homeland, and why should he? Not many have the good fortune to belong to a place that is nestled in the bosom of mother nature.
Now for the rules of the game –
Name 3 things you are thankful for
Nominate some fellow bloggers to continue the TAG
Device a logo for your tag
I think point 3 has already been taken care of with that vintage pic of roses. Onto point 1 and then point 2.
3 Things I’m Thankful For –
My Family – Yep, I’m one of those ‘family-types’, who always put family ahead of everything else. I’m grateful for the love and support I get from my family, both sides – mine and my Husband’s. We Indians tend to have very large, extended families and I wouldn’t trade mine for any other. I’ve had very fond memories growing up with my family and I’ve learnt a lot from my Husband’s. Over the years I’ve understood just how much of ‘you’ is shaped by your family values. A good, solid family is a prerequisite to a child’s development, and now that I have one of my own, I try to instill the same values and habits in my small family, that I was gifted by my families.
My Education – I have always felt that a good education is the bedrock of a successful life. If your education is good, so will be the quality of your life, because an education not just tells you how to read or write, it also tells you the difference between the ‘right and wrong’ kind of life. I’m thankful for mine and I’m, again, grateful to my parents for always urging me to put education first, even when all I wanted to do in my teen years, was to run away and become a singer
My Health – This became apparent to me only when I had my knee injury. I have always depended on my physical and mental strength to pull through tight periods in my life. But when I had a crippling injury that forced me to stay bed-bound for a couple of days, and in a lot of pain, weeks later too, I realized just how fragile our bodies are and how much we abuse them. If you are not sound in health, there isn’t much you can enjoy in life. So I’m grateful for the health that I’m keeping now because it has taken me a year to nurse my knee back to normal functioning.
So there you have it, the three things in my life that matter most. And now for the nominations to carry on this tag.
I nominate –
Thank you so much for reading through 🙂
Have a Great Day, Folks!