It’s kind of a big deal
- that Michael and I are getting married tomorrow and
- that my kind and kind-of-a-big deal niece Julie gave me this t-shirt for Christmas:
It’s kind of a big deal that
- The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally is still going strong here at WordPress after seven years of daily blogs,
- my boyfriend/fiancé/soon-to-be-husband Michael supports me in so many ways (including being my substitute blogger after my open heart surgery in 2016),
- my therapy groups are thriving,
- I’m President of the professional organization that’s been sustaining me and many others for decades,
- I’ve performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe (and may be performing there again next year),
- I gave a speech at the 45th reunion of Harvard’s class of 1974,
- I’m happier than I’ve ever been in my life,
- I no longer worry about bragging and many other things I used to worry about,
- there’ll be a Presidential election next year in the USA,
- my son’s girlfriend will be visiting us from Jordan after the first of the year,
- my son will read every post I’ve written after I’m gone and (I hope) realize this blog is a love letter to him and many others, and
- YOU use your precious time to read this blog.
It’s kind of a big deal that I took all these photos yesterday:
It’s kind of a big deal that I won that book at Michael’s family‘s Yankee Swap.
Here’s somebody else saying “I’m kind of a big deal.”
Here’s a big deal number from a big deal musical:
If you leave a comment, it’s kind of a big deal because YOU are kind of a big deal.
It’s kind of a big deal that there’s so much I’m thankful for this holiday season.