Giving Thanks from The Little Red House

by J. Lynne on November 27, 2008

in Life

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So many people get caught up focusing on the eating and the football today that they forget to take a few moments to take stock and give thanks for what we have and for what silver linings we can find. On her show last night, Rachel Maddow reminded me that even amidst economic crisis and whatever political gripes I might have, there can be things to be thankful for — the Bush Administration has only 54 days left; it is finally coming to an end, and no matter how I feel about Obama, at least I can be thankful that his administration will be something different. ;)

On a personal note, I’m thankful I bought my house before the housing bubble burst.

I’m thankful I have a job with healthcare.  I’m thankful my new boss is a good guy.

I’m thankful that despite the fact that market caused banks to stop lending to anyone, I managed to get a large loan the day of the first huge market crash that is paying for my new wood pellet furnace that is being installed next week so I won’t have to pay for heating oil anymore even though the cost dropped dramatically.

I’m thankful that my kidneys have stabalized and that I’m relatively healthy for the moment.

I’m thankful that all of my furbabies are healthy and that my puppy is the cutest, loyalest, most entertaining puppy ever.

I’m thankful that Whole Foods prepared my Thanksgiving dinner.

What are you thankful for?

{ 1 comment }

Robin November 29, 2008 at 12:22 pm

I’m thankful that my family has enough, and then a bit more. I’m thankful that amidst all the insanity and evil in the world I was able to spend Thanksgiving rejoicing with dear friends. I’m thankful for the love of my family and friends. And I’m thankful for blogging, which has introduced me to amazing people and enriched my life immeasurably.

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