Being thankful is something that should happen every day not just one day of the year.
Every day I wake up I’m thankful. My mom didn’t make it past 54.
Every day I embrace whatever weather the day brings. If it’s sunshine, rain, wind, snow, sleep, hail, I know the sunshine makes things grown as well as the rain and the snow. The wind dries things out, but it also carries the seeds of plants to resow. And hail can be destructive, but when it melts it brings the much-needed moisture to the high desert.
Every day I am thankful for my family. My husband, my children, my siblings, their families and my husband’s family. Even the relatives that I talk to or see rarely. They are all a part of me.
Every day I am thankful for the animals in my life. I have always loved horses and am glad my husband doesn’t mind that I have two. And we have George the donkey who is always good entertainment. And our three dogs and the four butcher steers. Life is good when you have animals to share it with.
Every day I am thankful that I discovered my talent for writing and my husband has always been supportive of my endeavor to write and sell books.
Every day I am thankful for the friends I have made along the way. Kids from school, parents through my children going to school, people through work, writers through my writing.
Every day I am thankful for my health.
Living each day being thankful and trying to keep the books churning out for my readers and keep myself entertained is the best life I could ask for.