Wednesday, November 26, 2014

What I’m Thankful for This Year

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving and there’s no better time to be thankful then right now. I love the holidays, if you have been following the blog long enough you know that, so I tend to perk up a little more than usual this time of year. Good food, better friends, and family are my thing and I especially buy into the “giving and not receiving” category. This year I am especially thankful when I have more going on than ever just because I’m here, I’m alive, and I have you guys.

There is a ton going on in my life right now and it seems like everything I own is tearing up, stopped up, or won’t stop when it’s supposed to. Those things can be fixed, replaced, or redone but what cannot be redone is what I have built in my life. I have a beautiful Italian wife and two even more beautiful children that consume every bit of my heart. I have a successful blog that I love getting up every day and working on and I have a few guys and gals that get on, read my stuff, comment in the comments section, tweet us on Twitter, and seem to genuinely care about us. For that I am forever indebted and I am forever grateful, thank you all.

So on this Thanksgiving eve let’s make a vow to make this holiday season the best yet for everybody. So what your car is broke down and your toilet is stopped up because your four year old flushed a cell phone and it got in the trap. You’re alive and for that reason alone you’re blessed. If you’re fortunate enough to have everything you need and them some help someone who isn’t. If you’re not fortunate enough to have everything you need, I’m sorry, please tell me how I can help you.

I’ve babbled a lot longer then I planned to here but that’s only because I feel so strongly about it. Help people and be thankful that you can and if you receive help then be thankful that you did and pass it along. We can all have a great Thanksgiving and we can all have a great holiday season but it has to be done together. Stay well my friends and an early Happy Thanksgiving. 

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