I suppose many will be writing about a family member or friend who has been an angel on Earth, but I want to express my blessing of health insurance.
I need to go see my chiropractor because my neck is sore from continually shaking my head over the unbelievable condition our society has devolved into.
I am thankful my country gives me certain freedoms, like freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of the press and the freedom to protest.
“Thankful for all the good people in my life that has helped me get to where I am today”. “I’ll be in the gym extra early Thanksgiving day though to kill the calorie guilt that’ll happen later”. May God continue to bestow upon each and every one of us the best of everything.
“I am thankful to my family, my mom, my dad, my siblings and my wife and children”. So who cares if her vehicle is pink anyway? I want to thank all of our residents who take the time to contact me and voice their opinion.
We’re thankful to our clients.
For the past four years, I have had privilege of representing North Carolina’s 9th District in the United States House of Representatives.
“Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more”.
It just shows we all have something we can be thankful for if we only take a moment to look beyond our selfish thoughts to see how much we truly have in life. “Hopefully, this year will be great for everybody, and I’m hoping 2018 will be an even better year for all of us”. This year I am thankful for all the love and support I am surround by.
Boy, that can make a world a difference for a parent. I’m thankful that there is generosity in donations, volunteers and spirit and that river cleanups, recycling and care for the less fortunate are regular occurrences here.
“My family will come to my father’s house this year, (and) next year we will all go to my uncle’s house”, she told CatholicPhilly.com, the news website of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
“When I started counting my blessings, my whole life turned around.”
“And thankful that an ordinary person like me has been blessed with extraordinary opportunities and experiences throughout my life”.
That’s two pretty big ones right there – freedom and family.
Whiteboard on professor Mark Bergmooser’s door asks, “What are you thankful for?” Neither can I, so put me down as forever thankful that in my life both are always there. “There are people that are in unsafe areas, putting their lives on the line to keep our country free, and I think that’s something we should all celebrate every day”. We have a number of charities and nonprofits in our area that do so much good for so many. They’re all so good to me.
I am thankful for this country and those in uniform (past, present and future) who protect it. “If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough”.
We’re thankful to our industry. And I’m thankful for dogs, fighting, musicals and Josh Groban…. which brings me to my Christmas wish.
I had to include this one because when we gather as a family today and share what each of us is thankful for, this likely will be what my 10-year-old offers.
Or they can be thankful for healthy, happy children, for family and friends and a job that allows them to live comfortably. I am thankful (well nearly thankful) when I find downtown so crowded that parking is a challenge.