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We have so much to be thankful for right now. We have wonderful people in the world who are trying so hard to make our lives better. We have a growing economy that is making so much sense. We have a world full of people who are grateful for what we are doing. We have all this and more.
Life is good, but life isn’t always easy. Many of us are working on the hardest stuff, and it’s hard work. It’s hard work because we’re constantly fighting for our lives. But we’re working on it, and we’re actually succeeding.
I am grateful for all of the things that are great in my life. I am thankful for my family. My friends. My job. My city. I am thankful for all the things that are hard. I am grateful for the things that I cant control. I am grateful for the things that are true. I am grateful for the things that I can control. I am grateful for all of the things that I have and will. I am grateful for everything.
What you have and have yet to have is hard. You’ve known what it is and yet you’ve never had it. You probably won’t have a job that allows you to spend three hours a day on your back and sleep during the summer. You likely won’t have a bank account that allows you to buy a new apartment every year, and you probably won’t have any friends that you enjoy spending time with.
This is a really big thing to consider, and I’m glad I’ve written this because I think it’s one of the most important lessons I’ve learned in the last three years as an introvert. People think all introverts are quiet and sullen, but that’s not actually true. People think that all introverts are afraid of being alone, but that is not true.
I’ve always thought introverts are supposed to be the “quiet ones,” the ones who have no friends, no hobbies, no interests, and no time for anything besides sleep. Yet I know people who just want to be alone, and I know people who just want to be able to be alone. I think in introverts, the whole “being alone” thing has gone overboard.
Introversion is a huge part of an introvert’s identity. And I think that is why I can relate so much to Anne Lamott. I think one of the biggest things I can relate too is being a person who is constantly on the go, always in search of something new and exciting. It’s a weird paradox… I have so many interests and hobbies, but I also have so many times where I’ve been completely alone.
I think introversion is a huge part and that being a person that is always in search of something new and exciting is one of the reasons I identify so strongly with Anne Lamott. When I feel like I need to be alone to take a break I feel a bit like a hypochondriac, so I don’t like it.
I don’t know. She’s great when you’re in a nice, comfortable environment, but if you’re out in the world, you are a monster. As a writer, Anne Lamott’s work is so good that I feel like it might be a bit of a coincidence that this is also one of her best-selling books.
It definitely does seem like a coincidence. There was a time that I read all of her books, so I feel like I’ve read most of her work. Lamott’s books are always full of action, adventure, and romance. The only problem with Lamott’s books is that I think too many of them are so full of action, adventure, and romance that they’re almost indistinguishable from thrillers.