Life. With my co-worker’s father holding on to life, this becomes much more meaningful to me.
Love. My husband loves me unconditionally.
Comfort. The ability to give it and to receive it.
Clean drinking water. Eight glasses each day that I take for granted.
Excess. I have clothes on my back, I have enough food to eat, and I have a nice, warm house…I have an excess of blessings.
Intelligence. I’m not the brightest tool in the shed, but I have brains, and I am using them.
Time. Even though I never feel there’s enough time, I have time for what’s important – whether I’m proud of it or not.
Forgiveness. On both sides. The ability to forgive and the ability to be forgiven.
Support. Family support, work support, friend support.
Senses. Eyes to see, ears to hear, the ability to speak God’s love, the ability to wrap someone up in a hug.
Money. Again, like time, it’s something I’ll never have enough of, but I have what I need.
Health. Like No. 1…something taken for granted far too often.
Family and friends. So important.
Confidence. I know where I’m going when I die.
Freedom. But I shy away with political correctness unfortunately.
Words. Written and spoken. And sometimes silently heard.
Memories. Some good, some bad, but I’m so glad the majority of them are good. And those that are bad – I see how God pulled me through.
Job. With so many people out of work, I am thankful I am employed and I enjoy my work.
Running. It helps de-stress me, which allows me to sleep better at night.
Music. Especially when my husband plays.
Insurance. And soon to have dental insurance. Woo hoo!
Coffee. It’s an addiction, but at least it’s a coffee addiction and not a smoking addiction or alcohol addiction or something like that.
Mercy. 1 Timothy 1:16. It’s a reminder.
Emotions. I feel.
Humor. Look for the positives.
Tell me what you're thankful for.