|Wow, that is one BIG BIRD...|
I tried to find a font that was the most like a Pilgrim, but no such luck. Pilgrims wrote in chicken poo with a big feather. Would that be Script?
The things I am thankful for include, but are certainly not limited to:
(In no particular order)
- The squirrels I brought into this world. May they continue to remind me of what really makes me happy, and that sarcasm is genetic.
- Newspapers. Online just won't cut it for everything. I want to feel paper.
- A sense of humor. Everyone should get one.
- Special Agent, who tolerates my many layers, and even appreciates and encourages a few of them.
- Working (and some days not working) from home
- Epidurals - I feel compelled to say this, even 10 and 7 years later.
- Starbucks Chai Tea Latte. Addiction to caffeine is my most rewarding vice.
- GOOGLE! ( I love thee)
- Family - the blessing and curse of living in the same town mostly leans to the blessing side.
- Changing your mind - because sometimes the road forks, and you chose incorrectly.
- Online bill pay, because paying bills in one click is like ripping the band aid off quickly..
- The Pioneer Woman, who is my cooking obsession right now. It would be considered stalking, except she already has a bazillion followers.
- The opportunity to have a glass of wine at lunch. We could learn a lot from the Europeans.
- Differing opinions - how boring would this world be without variety? It is the spice of life, I'm told.
- Good friends - The ones who know it all and like me anyway. We are our own inside joke that only we get.
- DVR/TIVO - Because life doesn't stop for Grey's Anatomy, and neither can I.
- Facebook (you heard me...) Any medium that brings people, ideas and information together in one fell swoop can't be all bad. If FB is wrong, I don't wanna be right.
- Tolerance. May it grown as large as our national debt.
- Ice cream trucks...is there anything better than hearing the music and having cash in your pocket?
- INFORMATION - Research is my religion. For every question, there is an answer, even if that answer is 'no one knows for sure". But we keep trying.
- Thanksgiving - because it is like Christmas, without all of the hullabaloo