So, as most of you know, yesterday was Thanksgiving. I got to spend it with my sister and some of her in-laws and we had a great time. But, because we were there most of the day I didn’t get to say what I was thankful for, so I’m going to take that opportunity now.
I Am Thankful For…
- My husband Daniel. He spoils me rotten and takes such good care of me and Will. He really is the best husband/father ever.
- My son William. He is the joy of my heart. He is so sweet and funny and he is growing up so fast and gets smarter everyday. I can’t believe he’s two years old already.
- Being pregnant. I know I complain about it a lot because I’ve been pretty sick this go around, but over all, I’m excited and happy to bring this new little life into our growing family. I feel it is an honor, given to us women by our Heavenly Father, to have and bear children. I am proud and grateful that I can.
- Our new life here in Colorado. Daniel has a great job, we live in a decent area and we are in love with our new ward family here.
- My family. My siblings both near and far who I can talk to and who I know, despite everything, love me. And my parents, who did a great job raising me and are always there with advice and laughter.
- My membership in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I’m grateful for the peace that the Gospel gives me and the truth it teaches me. I know I’m not always a perfect example of my faith, but I do try.
- Being a stay at home mom. After having to work for the first year of Will’s life, being able to stay home has changed me. I’m happier and more at peace with my self and I love spending everyday with my Little Man, no matter how many times he makes me watch Cars with him.
- Being a writer. I love to create new worlds and characters to populate them and then write fun stories about them. The act of writing is exciting and frustrating at the same time, but I wouldn’t have it any other way.
- All my friends, both in real life and those I’ve met on the internet *coughAWcough*. My life just wouldn’t be complete without y’all. You teach me, keep me grounded and make me laugh.
- And finally, I’m grateful for all those little things that we take for granted everyday. Like having a car or electricity, the internet or food on our table. There are a lot of people either in this country or around the world that don’t have these comforts and we must never forget that it is a privilege to have these things, not a right, and we must strive to be worthy of them.