2020: More Courage, Self-control, and Joy-November Edition

November seemed to fly by for me. It started out with me showing courage at my first doctor appointment in four years. I am happy to report that other than a rash, I am healthy.

I showed self-Control when I went through my room. I was very honest with myself and what I wanted to keep, what I really needed and what I could donate. In total I gave away four bags of belongings. I think that I am going to start cleaning out my room every couple of months to see what I can get rid of. Speaking of getting rid of things I went through my junk drawer and I got rid of a lot of electronics. I feel like I have more control over my belongings.

Lastly, I was able to show Joy at Thanksgiving because I was able to spend a quiet day at home. I was able to relax and clean the house. Then in the evening I was able to go out to dinner with my grandfather. He had some cheese sticks and I had chicken Alfredo. I have to say the dish was not that great, but I was thankful that I was able to enjoy spending time with my grandpa.

How was the month of November for you? Let me know in the comments below.

Published by Amanda Gene Harris, author and owner of Harris' InkWell

Hi, welcome to my website. My name is Amanda Gene Harris, and I am the owner of Harris' Inkwell. I am a disability and mental health freelancer. I would love to work with your company and I provide writing on a variety of topics on disability and mental health. Feel free to contact me via email at: Amanda@amandagene.com

2 thoughts on “2020: More Courage, Self-control, and Joy-November Edition

  1. I am thankful that your medical tests went well. I know you were concerned. Sorry that your Thanksgiving dinner wasn’t great, but you are so right about being grateful for a nice evening with your grandpa. That is what truly matters. Blessings for a joyous Christmas season.

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