I’m thankful for…
…so many things, too numerous to write about in a short month.
On this day, as November comes to a close, I’m thinking of how this list could go on and on. And it will, just on a quieter basis.
My friend Jackie who’s Blog is Quilt of Missing Memories hit on a sensitive subject today to close out her month of Gratitude. She wrote about a few people she noticed yesterday who seem to struggle on a daily basis for the basics that many of us on some level take for granted. My Grandmother G. used to say “One side of the world doesn’t know how the other side lives.” Hearing this as a kid, and not fully understanding it, I knew it was important because she said it. I get it now. Just look around. It doesn’t have to be the other side of the world.
My niece Brittney who writes on her new Blog, Finding Life, reminds us that although many of us lead busy lives, we must never forget about the worth of things like our jobs, our vehicles, family, and friends. It’s all too easy to lose sight of the value of these gifts. Quite insightful for a young woman, I’d say.
As November ends, I’m thankful to all who visited and read my posts.
For you, I’m eternally grateful.
* * * Peace * * *