How could I not on Thanksgiving?
I’m so glad we have a holiday to give thanks for what we have (especially right before a holiday that’s more focused on the gifting). So yeah. I hope this post doesn’t come off as all sappy and #blessed…that’s not what I’m trying to do. Thankful is definitely an attitude I want to strive for. For me, it’s just nice to stop and think about what I am thankful for, because the more I consciously think about it, the easier it becomes to list things off. God is good.
I’m thankful for…
- Books books books and the author’s that write them. There’s nothing more stress relieving than getting absorbed in a really good, thought-provoking book.
- The ocean. Especially when it’s at its awe-inspiring, swimmers-tiring best. (ha! I did a rhyme. not sure if it made sense though…basically when the waves are so big that swimming in them makes your legs feel like noodles afterwards).
- For catch-up days (school, sleep, standardized tests, piano lessons, drama club…)
- A really-fun-almost-97.5%-of-the-time relationship with my siblings
- Free fonts.
- That not only do I have everything I need for survival, like food, clothes, house, great family and friends, I get so much more on top of that. For example creativity, or having the ability to listen to music all day during school, or living in a city with pretty season changes.
- Also: Sweet potato casserole on thanksgiving (thanks mom!)
I truly hope you are having a #blessed day. And go Georgia Tech on Saturday. (;