While I try to practice Daily Gratitude; Thanksgiving reminds us to take a moment to pause, eliminate the clutter, reflect on the past year and share what we are thankful for.
This year I have quite a bit to be thankful for.
- I’m thankful that Thanksgiving, Channukah AND my 10 year high school reunion all fall on the same weekend, saving me from three separate costly trips home.
- I’m thankful I get to spend over a week with my family, since I don’t live close anymore.
- I’m thankful I had the courage to move across country to DC.
- I’m thankful for new friends I’ve made in DC, particularly Cara.
- I’m thankful that I am only two hours away from Terra and Stacey and can just hop on a train at any moment to visit.
- I’m thankful for all the experiences I’ve had in the past (two specifically) years that have helped me grow and shape me into the person I’ve become.
- I’m thankful for my job. I love that when I get a candidate a job, I am positively impacting their life.
- I’m thankful for food, clothing, shelter and clean water. Because really, with these necessities taken care of, everything else is a privilege.
- I’m thankful for airplanes. I am still amazed that we can fly through the air in a heavy metal tube to travel to a new location within a matter of hours, rather than days.
- I’m thankful that I don’t already have everything I desire. This allows me to have things to work towards, look forward to and strive for, and appreciate it when I receive it.
- I’m thankful for my body for allowing me to do everything that I take for granted.
- I’m thankful that I don’t know everything. This allows me the opportunity to continue to grow and learn new things.
- I’m thankful that no one in my family has any serious health issues.
- I’m thankful for my family; although quirky and sometimes I admittedly lose patience quickly, I am blessed to have such a loving and supportive family.
- I’m thankful for the mistakes I’ve made and the lessons I’ve learned.
- I’m thankful for the difficult times, they have helped me grow.
- I’m thankful I don’t have school loans or debt.
- I’m thankful that while I like Channukah being so far from my birthday, I am glad that Thanksgivvukah won’t happen again for a long time, another 76,000 years. It just didn’t seem right to be celebrating both together. Hope all you MOT’s enjoyed the combo holiday.
- I am thankful for YOU. Thank you for continuing to read, support me and for being apart of my journey. Your presence and loyalty means more to me than words can describe.
There is so much to be thankful for, my list could go on for pages. So tell me, what are you thankful for this year?