Saturday, November 5, 2011


Today I am thankful for change. And for my ability to adapt to changes fairly quickly and easily.

I love change.

Just ask my family and friends. My hair color and style change frequently and the furniture in my living room even more so. I wish someone would design a kitchen where you could rearrange everything without remodeling. That would be heaven.

I love living in an area where we get to enjoy the changing of the seasons.

I love watching my kids grow and change. I know that many people bemoan the fact that they don't want their kids to grow up. I'm not that person.

I'm not sure what this says about me but I really, really do love change.

And today that's what I'm thankful for.

Now here's something we can all be thankful for... a song from the Brady Bunch!


Pedaling said...

I'm one who likes change too.
I get bored with the same ol' same ol'

wendy said...

I admire you for that. I. Do. Not. like change....I find it very hard on me for some reason.
it's one thing to change your hair color, or furniture and that sort of thing...that kind of change can be fun and a bit of adventure
But, when it comes to things that change/alter your whole life as you know it, that is different.
But, like that old saying, "the only thing consistent is CHANGE"

so ultimately I guess it would be better to just go with it

Cynthia said...

I think it's great that you can go with the flow. I like some change (changing around furniture etc.) but I still want to keep my house and the roots we've put down here. I moved out of state and away from my tight-knit family once. I didn't adapt well to that change. Glad to be back 'home'.

And, like you, I'm also the person who loves seeing her kids grow up and I enjoy them more as they get older.

Unknown said...

That;s amazing, you must be a felxible person. Changes are hard for me, more than I'd like to admit, but I am learning...slowly...

mCat said...

I ADORE change! I attribute it to adult ADD - just so I can have an excuse to always changing my hair.

Although, I can't get on the changing seasons train. I need summer all year long