I am healthy. My body is in good working order and I am fully mobile. I do not have to plan my days around whether or not I'll be able to get out of bed. I can afford health and dental insurance, and the time to visit doctors, so that I can stay that way.
I am fed. I can afford to eat three meals a day every day.
I am sheltered. I can afford the luxury of a roomy two-bedroom townhouse all to myself, in a safe neighborhood with good management.
I am employed. I have the freedom to choose my hours. I have the freedom to choose my clothing. I have the freedom to decorate my office space however I choose. I have the freedom of unlimited internet access for whatever I choose. I can do my work without being treated like a schoolchild.
I have a car. I can afford to keep it running.
I have a view. Twice a day every weekday, I drive over the most beautiful salt marsh in the world.
I have time. I can afford to pursue recreation and dreams.
I have good friends all over the world. They take me as I am without insisting that I be something that I am not. They share their days with me and allow me to share mine with them.
I have family. Some of them are beginning to understand that I am happy.