A quick note to say thanks…


Gratitude is the music of the heart, when its chords are swept by the breeze of kindness.  ~Author Unknown

Just taking a quick moment to thank you all so very much for your support. As many of you know, I am relatively new to blogging. The fact that people are reading and responding to my posts is not only humbling but truly rewarding. The past few days I have received so many wonderful comments. Your “likes,” comments, personal notes and constructive suggestions are keeping me motivated.

There have been many changes in my life in the past few years, some good and some not-so-good. Transitioning from print media to other career ventures is just one of the changes and challenges! Personal changes, such as my dad’s struggle (and then his death) from Alzheimer’s; friends dealing with health challenges – both their own and that of their parents’ or children – and then losing friends way too soon have made for the more challenging times.

But the good has totally outweighed the bad. Had not these challenges been laid before me, my faith in God wouldn’t be where it is today. I wouldn’t be doing what I am doing now – writing. I wouldn’t have met new friends. I wouldn’t have had the opportunity to reunite with old friends, create stronger bonds within my own family or leaned on my dear friends for strength.

I would not have gained an attitude of gratitude.

Again, I say from my heart – thank you.

© 2012 – Lynne Cobb

10 Replies to “A quick note to say thanks…”

  1. Beautifully said. We enjoy reading your blog! Keep up the good work. It seems that as we get older, change is a unavoidable. It is really comforting to have our faith to fall back on during these times.

  2. Lynne – We have really enjoyed reading your blog. Keep up the good work! It is really comforting to have our faith in God to fall back on when unplanned changes take place (good or bad). Glad to see you writing again!

  3. Every writer needs support — and it looks like you’ve got a wonderful cheering section, Lynne! Your writing is a treat, and we all enjoy reading your posts! Cheers~

  4. Oh my gosh – yes, it totally does! I have been having more fun taking pictures – even when I cook “just in case” it could become a blog topic! LOL 🙂

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