Thursday, November 22, 2007


What I'm thankful for:

I'm thankful for a wonderful, understanding wife, and though we may not always agree, she is one of the reasons I'm still alive.

I'm thankful for my son, who reminds me that I must continue to make the world a better least for his sake.

I'm thankful for my sisters and parents. They are the reminders of what I came from, and regardless of good or bad, I know that we need each other and will be there for one another at any time.

I'm thankful for my job. Sure, it has its negatives at times, but I enjoy (for the most part) the kids and adults I work with on a daily basis.

I'm thankful for my health (for better or worse). I don't need a wheelchair, I don't need someone to wipe my butt, and I can still eat corn. That, to me, means I'm ok.

I wish you a blissful Thanksgiving.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

That's beautiful.

I'm thankful (and lucky) to have such a wise, loving, thoughtful man as a brother.


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