Sometimes people confuse true luck with winning things. While I don’t deny that it’s good fortune to win a lot of contests, prizes or money, I don’t consider this the really GOOD luck.
The really good luck is something that I possess. I don’t often win contests (although I do occasionally). It isn’t often that I get something for nothing. But I’m rich anyway.
Here’s why I’m lucky:
I never had to really study much in school. I could often get an “A” in a class without much effort.
I took risks with my safety in college and lived to tell the tale.
Just when I was about to resign myself to never finding someone to spend my life with, I was asked to be a bridesmaid in a friend’s wedding and met my husband.
Even though I had several risk factors for infertility I was able to get pregnant and have children.
My children have been born healthy and continue to be healthy for the most part.
I have a nice home and many of the things that I want . . . and all of the things that I NEED.
My family supports me in whatever I try to do.
Things just seem to work out for me. Much as I worry about things, everything generally turns out fine.
It may be great to win a lot of money and prizes, (and I certainly wouldn’t turn any of it down!) but if I had to choose one, I’ll choose my type of luck every time.
Heather is mom to 2 young children and is currently baking baby #3. When she’s not counting her blessings she’s writing about life’s minor irritations at her blog Cool Zebras, where you can find the wonderful Mayberry today. To read how lucky the rest of the blog exchange participants are, please click here.