November 30 – I am Grateful for…

Day 30… November 30

Today I am grateful for the love of my life, Robert.

I like to save the best for last.

It is hard to believe that I met Robert when I was a teenager!! I mean I was 19, nearly 20 when we met but still!!

July 1990

So where to even begin with all the ways I am grateful for Robert?

And of course I will have to include some pictures through the past 32 years….. 🙂

October 1990

I am grateful that he is willing to be a good and faithful man. I know that is a special thing and I don’t treat it lightly.

Not only is he faithful but also faith-filled, more than he sometimes acknowledges. I can see more of his faith-filled activity than I think he sees. He sees it as being a good person.

But his moments of faith have really shown up for me when I am in desperate need of being upheld by that faith because mine is wavering.

I am grateful that he is willing to put up with me. I am not the easiest person at times.

He has endured my perfectionistic tendencies, my severe independence, my crazy plans, and my emotional tidal waves.

Robert is a pretty easygoing guy unless he is competing in a sporting event. It’s fun when we are on the same team 🙂 According to him, while we were dating when we competed in a three-legged race at his company picnic and placed 3rd against all the guy teams, he KNEW.

I am grateful that he is active and thinks about the importance of being active for everyone. It has impacted our lives to have this shared philosophy while raising our kids. It makes life very fun when we do these types of things as a family.

He has endured my perfectionistic tendencies, my severe independence, my crazy plans, and my emotional tidal waves.

Hello Friends!

I’m Michelle. I am learning how to minimize my overwhelm, perfectionism, and people-pleasing and I am ready to help you do the same. I’m a certified Life Coach and a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Come with me and learn how.

I am grateful that he has taught our kids that the most important relationship in our family is our relationship with each other. We have always joked with our kids we can’t miss them if we don’t leave AND when they leave we still want to like being with each other.

Lagoon August 1991

I am grateful that he is there for me. We have been through some very challenging things over the past 32 years. And we have weathered those challenges together. I know I would not have been able to do that on my own, and I am grateful that I haven’t had to.

I am grateful that he is a good father. He is so supportive of each of our kids in the things

I am grateful that he has taught our kids that the most important relationship in our family is our relationship with each other. We have always joked with our kids we can’t miss them if we don’t leave AND when they leave we still want to like being with each other.

August 1991
June 1991

The life we have created together just keeps getting better and better. I am grateful for what we have and look forward to what we are working toward for our future.

We have some plans and lots of possibilities for what that could look like. I can’t wait to see what we do.

Whatever we do, I am just glad I get to do those things with him.

September 2016

What are you grateful for? “Contact Me” and send me a quick email. If you prefer, you can “Schedule a Conversation” for a free session to discuss what you want to work towards and how to get started.

The work is GRATITUDE, and I want to become a master!!

And as always…..Remember…..It’s ALL good!!

Published by mrkeil

I help women face the overwhelm of parenting, family and multiple schedules, let go of the shame and people-pleasing perfectionism they place on themselves as women of faith, and create a life they love with intention and purpose. I can help you find your own answers for any problem, reach for any goal, and discover how to be more of yourself as you learn tools to use your own gifts to strengthen yourself emotionally, physically, intellectually and spiritually. In choosing to design your life and live into compassion and lessen the guilt and judgment, you can teach your family to do the same. Find the real you by showing up authentically for yourself and the ones you love. And remember... It's ALL good!!!

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