I'm thankful for my dog who continually reminds me how to be content. He greets me with enthusiasm that goes through his whole body. He knows he has everything he needs and sleeps contentedly with thoughts of snackers and babies running through his head. I'm thankful for Costco because without Costco chicken he wouldn't eat. (Well, we all know he would but I've spoiled him rotten.)
I'm thankful for a wonderful and loving God who doesn't give me all I pray for and yet gives me more than I need. I'm thankful that there is enough food and I'm mindful of those who are not as fortunate.
So, on this Thanksgiving 2015,
find time to sit back and reflect,
and be thankful,
because no matter how bad it is,
it could always be worse.
God Bless you and your families.
Now, if I don't gain 10 lbs. by morning....
I would not be grateful for that!!!!