1.  Feeling good!  When you have a chronic illness you live for the days when there is no pain.  On those days you try to forget the illness and do as much living as you possibly can.             2.  Seeing my family happy.  When you’re happy almost everything else you need seems to fall in line and you live each day with the expectancy that the every day will be better than the day before.                                                 3.  Those days when I can lose myself in doing something that puts a smile on someone else’s face.  Volunteering to help those who are less fortunate.  Just lending an ear to someone who is going through and being able to encourage them.                                           4.  Something as simple as ROLLER SETTING my moms hair EVERYDAY just so we can see each other.  I tease her and tell her that I wear mine natural so I don’t have to fuss with hair everyday and besides, who still roller sets their hair?????  Lol. Well she does and I’m so happy that I can do that for her.                                                   5.  That I have been blessed with ALL the people who play a role in my life, no matter how big or small.  Everyone contributes something that I need.  And I try to do the same for them.