October is quite possibly my favourite month of the year. The colours all around us are amazing and I love to breath in the crisp Autumn air. As I reflect upon Thanksgiving during the month of October, I realize that I have so much to be thankful for and I feel so blessed to be living this life with my husband and children. Life hasn't always a bowl of cherries and we've definitely seen our share of lows, but through it all we've weathered the storms together.
One thing I haven't discussed much on my blog is the fact that I am a disabled mom. Most people wouldn't think that I am disabled by looking at me, yet, not all disabilities are visible. A back injury has left me struggling with pain and exhaustion. I know that having a mom who is different isn't always easy for my children. Over the years I've gone through a wide range of emotions - from anger, to sadness, to depression over the situation. Accepting my circumstance hasn't been easy, but it was necessary in keeping my sanity.
So, during this month of Thanksgiving, I am most thankful to be able to realize that while it isn't ideal, my injury has afforded me the opportunity to watch my children grow. Not being able to go back to my job has given me the gift of time with my family.
Orange Naturals has become a big part of how I care for my family. It is also a big part of how I care for myself. My main objective is to keep my injury at the level it is at right now, and hopefully not deteriorate any further. Orange Naturals D3 Drops is one of my favourite products. It's true when they say that good things come in small packages.
Orange Naturals D3 Drops definitely pack a punch and it's an excellent natural health product that fits a need in my life.
In this season of Thanksgiving, what are you thankful for?
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