Grateful Living Experiment: Day 1

Today I want to focus on the past, my childhood and other great memories. I am truly grateful for my parents for loving me the way I am, believing in me, letting me to develop the way I wanted and giving me total freedom in order to learn from my own mistakes.

I am grateful for myself, and not to be shallow but  because I managed to fulfill so many things so far. I traveled, pushed my personal limits and experienced quite a few chapters. Most of all, I am truly grateful for my traveling experience because this is one of my dreams, to see the world with my eyes. I enjoyed every second abroad.

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I have to say that I am extremely grateful for the friends I have. And to be honest, I’m not quite a lovable human being, I’m quite complicated with a most-of-the-times slappable diva face — Honestly, sometimes I ask myself, how can people survive around me? — Anywho, I am truly grateful for the friends I have, especially those who stay close to me. I don’t know what would I do without them, they bring color to my life.

Let’s see, I’m grateful for my childhood, my family and my moving experience (as in me and parents moved a lot one place to another) because I learned probably the most important lesson, to always accept the new, recycle everything that no longer represents me and just move on. I never got the change to build true friendships but I think I have quite a few now.

As in family, two people continue to amaze me every day, my beloved grandmother which I’ll be forever grateful. Most of my important opportunities were maintained by her, she is the one that built more than just a foundation to my future. The second person is my cousin, she is the sister I always wanted and I’m truly grateful for becoming this strong independent adult and also a true friend of mine. She’s the proof that tells me that no matter what will happen, we’ll never be alone.

Hmm, something creative… I’m more than thankful to an old friend who gave me a copy of The Sims 2, the game that changed my life and saved the child inside me. Thanks to him, thanks to the game I am now in love with writing, storytelling, drama and pretty much everything creative around me. So yeah, dude, thank you for changing me, thank you for giving me probably the best gift in my life so far.

I am grateful to all the people who helped me, gave opportunities and stood by. I want to thank the first person who took me to Italy, back in 2009, not just because he gave the first week abroad but he introduced me to 30+ friends from all over Europe with so many great stories, plus the pizza and the sea food… My oh my!

These been said, thank you, thank you, thank you!

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