Today I’m thankful for my family.
And my friends – whether I’m friends with you through this blog or in real life.
This is the last holiday my brother has to spend in Iraq. That’s a thing to be thankful for, as well. (Just the fact that this is the last holiday that any of our military men and women will have to spend over there is something to be thankful for.)
I’m thankful for the ability to run and for my creative side – when I feel like putting it to use.
I’m thankful that I’m employed in a job that I really enjoy most days.
And I’m thankful for my health. And the health of my family members and friends.
It’s been a pretty trying year, but I have so much to be thankful for.