>Thanksgiving, my second favorite holiday, is pretty much skipped over by most retailers except for a gracious nod from grocery stores and restaurants. Maybe for the rest of the month, I’ll write one thing each day for which I am thankful. Cliche it might be, but I’ll bet it will put me in a better mood.
Speaking of cliche, since I don’t have any kids, today, I’m thankful for my family. As nuts as they make me and I make them, we aren’t severely dysfunctional. Well, my immediate family that is, I cannot vouch for a few cousins…I kid!
Honestly, they are good people. If I were in need of a place to stay or a hug they would be there for me…printing out roommate ads from craigslist, directing me to a hippie giving out free hugs.
Seriously though, if I gave them a key to my front door, I wouldn’t worry about unannounced visits or missing items. Of course no one outside my immediate family has a key to my front door, so I don’t worry about these things.
Wow, I really can’t seem to write this post without sarcasm. Oh well. Thank you, family, for being you and putting up with me. See you all at Thanksgiving! (Please don’t throw hot green bean bake at me.)