Each Thursday in November, I will be publishing a post about something I am thankful for. Here is the first installment!
Of course I am thankful for all the usual suspects (my husband, my kids, having a nice home, food, water, etc.) I want to try to make these posts more specific, though, because that means I really have to think about the things in my life that I could not do without.
So for the first installment of this series, I am thankful to have found an awesome career in which I get to use music to help people. Music therapy is more than just a job or even a career. It all started when I was seven years old and started taking piano lessons. Since that day, every memory I have in my life is intertwined with music and it is definitely something I could not live without. Yes, I always made good grades and probably could have chosen a career that would have made me a lot more money, but I can’t imagine that it would be anywhere near as fulfilling as being a music therapist. You can read about how I found my calling here. Music has been, and always will be, one of the things that motivates me, comforts me, and moves me.
Don’t forget to reply with what you are thankful for in the comments or link up your Thankful Thursday post below!