Monday, February 6, 2012

Monday Motivation

"There are two types of people: those who come into a room and say, 'Well, here I am!' and those who come in and say, 'Ah, there you are.'" - Frederick L. Collins

Today, I am grateful for friends and family who are the second type of people; those who care about others rather than trying to seek attention and praise for themselves. I am grateful for critique partners and friends in this crazy writing world who say, "you are not alone"--even though sometimes this business can feel lonely.

I hope I have been, and can continue to be, that type of person to others as well. Wouldn't this world be a happier place if more people were like that?

Who has been there for you in your life or in your writing career that you are grateful for today?

**Also, for those of you who have been following Josh and Megan's story... he has been moved up to have an immediate bone marrow transplant to try and save his life. Out of his family, only one person matched him--his sister. But the miracle is that she is a PERFECT match. He is going in to the transplant room for 14 days to have his immune system obliterated and then when he hits zero, he will have the transplant and a new "birthday" because he will be like a newborn. He is going to have to rebuild his immune system from scratch, even repeating immunizations and everything. If you could please keep him in thoughts and prayers, I know they would appreciate it.


Colene Murphy said...

What! That's crazy! Will be praying for him definitely. That's great she a perfect match.

And my crit partners are amazing people. Couldn't do without them, for sure! Glad you have some great support and care too! With all the bloggers out there to add to that support, we are very fortunate writers, aren't we?

Unknown said...

Thanks for the update on your cousins. The perfect match sounds promising! Will continue to pray.

Carolyn V said...

I'm still praying for him. I'm so glad his sister was a match!!!

ali cross said...

You ARE that type of person, Sara! I'm thankful for my friend Christine Bryant who is always there for me and always believes in me and my stories.

SUCH great news about Josh!