I woke up with a sore throat today, but still, I have MUCH to be thankful for.
- 3 healthy children and a partner I adore
- extended family
- good friends
- a pretty comfortable life
- a job that I love (!)
- relative good health, even with a chronic illness
- and a whole lot of wonderful people online to share it with ;)
In case you have any doubt that you too are blessed, have a look at this article today about the Engage with Grace initiative. A great reminder to live your life to the fullest, right now, while you're here.
Happy Thanksgiving, All!
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