Giving Thanks

Thanksgiving has arrived at a good time for me this year. I really need to focus more on what I have instead of what I don’t have. So here are a few things I’m thankful for. 

   – My family – my parents, siblings, and little niece, who has already changed our family for the better in so many ways!

   – My two cats. They’re great companions and bring me so much joy and comfort.

   – My wonderful friends. When I’m in one of my defensive, lone wolf moods, it helps to know that I have true friends in every corner of my life who can be counted on to have my back, walk alongside me, and challenge me if necessary. I am really embarrassingly blessed in this area.

   – My beautiful home that’s just the way I like it!

   – My church community. It’s not perfect, but it’s what I’ve been looking for all my life.

   – My city, with its great food, great basketball, and great soul.

   – The ability to financially support myself comfortably.

   – My beautiful, reliable car!

   – Living in an era of vision correction.

   – The fitness room at my office, without which I would struggle to get enough exercise.

   – The fact that even though the days are short right now, they WILL get long again.

   – The heating pad on my mattress. Greatest invention ever. I would be miserable in the colder months without it.

   – My freedom. I don’t have to “submit” my life to anyone but God, or put up with any tomfoolery.

   – My availability to spontaneously spend time with friends and help people.

   – Libraries.
  
   – Shoes.

   – My upcoming staycation on Christmas week. I am looking forward to it as a man in the desert looks forward to an oasis.

And finally, my blog readers! Thank you all for taking the time to read. It means a lot to me to know that someone is out there. I hope you all have wonderful Thanksgivings!

About Brenda W.

Christian. Memphian. Reader. Writer. True blue Tiger fan. Lover of shoes, the ocean, adventure, and McAlister’s iced tea.

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2 Responses to Giving Thanks

  1. R says:

    Happy Thanksgiving, Brenda. I hope you have a wonderful holiday!

  2. bluiis says:

    I hope you have a lovely day today. :)

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