My Favorite Holiday: Thanking Essential Workers

Hello everyone, and welcome to my next challenge post! This post is about my favorite holiday, challenge number 5. I’ve actually done a post about my favorite holiday already, which is Thanksgiving!  It’s the day set aside for us to show appreciation for the blessings in our lives. If I had to say one thing I’m grateful for at the moment, I would say the essential workers risking their lives right now. 

My family and I have been self isolating for a couple of weeks now, and have been depending on delivery services. We have been getting our food and supplies through those services, and that is also how I’ve been getting my medicine. I’ve been pretty open about having Turner syndrome. It is a genetic disorder that can cause a whole host of complications. I have some of those complications, and I take medicine to manage most of them. Taking my medicine as prescribed is very essential in order for me to keep my health from deteriorating. I’m able to continue taking my medicine because of pharmacists, postal workers, and other essential workers who make it possible, the workers who go out and risk their lives.

Thankyou to the medical workers, postal workers, warehouse workers, store workers, and all the essential workers going out to work each day. Thankyou for all you are doing during this time of crisis. This post is for you. Until next time. 

8 thoughts on “My Favorite Holiday: Thanking Essential Workers

    1. Thankyou so much for visiting!! I’m so glad you found my story inspiring! My hope is to raise awareness and inspire others who have similar experiences! Thankyou so much again for reading!!

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  1. Hmmm… I’m not sure if I have a favorite holiday at this point in my life. It used to be Christmas when I was younger. I think it was even Thanksgiving for awhile. At this point, I think I prefer family vacations over holidays.

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    1. Lol. I completely understand you! Lol. When I was a small child I loved Christmas, because I loved getting presents! It’s different now that I’m an adult! I don’t really care for presents, but if I do like the atmosphere around the holiday, and spending time with my family!

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