The 30 Days of Gratitude Challenge: Days 29 & 30 – Bills & Reflection

Day 29: What bill are you most grateful to be able to pay?

Pet insurance for my senior kitties. Knowing that I have a wellness plan to help monitor them as they get older, something to help me pay for tests and medicine, is extremely comforting as my children into crankster elders.

Sir Kheb (the rawring one) & Sir Azizi (the brooding one).

Day 30: What experience this month are you most grateful for?

Writing my first query letter and with that my very first synopsis for my very first dark fantasy novel. I can’t wait to see it on a book-flap one day, chilling on a bookshop’s shelf, like, “Yo, what’s up bro? You know you wanna touch my spine.”

I don’t know what I’m doing. I blame the Milo. If you’re interested in doing this challenge for yourself (which I highly recommend if you’re having trouble finding some joy in your life at the moment), then please check out my introductory post for all the information and prompts.

4 thoughts on “The 30 Days of Gratitude Challenge: Days 29 & 30 – Bills & Reflection

  1. I love it that you can get health insurance for your pets now. Having had to dig deep for gynormous vet bills, and even having been forced to put one pet to sleep simply because the vet would not treat without prepayment for what would be a gynormous bill – the peace of mind that insurance would bring has no measure.

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    • It’s not a great plan, it mostly covers costs of maintaining and checking up on him regularly, but even that is a big life saver. My two eldest cats literally kept me alive so whatever I can do to give them a long, fulfilling life I’ll do!! Just wish getting insurance for humans was as simple.

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    • Thank you! I can’t imagine the relief and excitement I’ll feel once I am able to find an agent. That shall be the next step! After finishing the book, of course lol.

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