November has come and is almost out of here! Where in the world has the time gone! We have so much to be grateful. When my heart is in the right place it is extremely full. Sometimes I have to snap myself out of the beginning of a pity party when I start to dwell on one trivial trial-hey, I am honest and I am human . As much as I am a positive person, I occasionally give in to temper tantrums. Who doesn't? You are lying :)
Some things I am grateful for:
*My family. Sometimes my kids and spouse (hee hee) can drive me BA-NANAS! But at the end of the day, they are the most important. I love each one of them.
*My house. It's not the newest nor biggest, but it's ours; it's a home; it's safe and protects us from the elements; it's comfortable.
*Our vehicles. Have I ever mentioned how I feel like a used car lot. We have 4 vehicles: 2 trucks, a sedan, and a suburban. We have 2 (TWO) drivers. In our defense, one truck is a work truck, the suburban is mine and Trevor has the other two for him.
*Our health. In a world where everyone knows someone with a debilitating disease, we feel blessed that we just catch a cold every now and then.
*My hubby's income. Again, in a world where so many people are out of work or underemployed we are grateful for the income that provides for us.
*Our extended families. We both have very good in-laws that love us and support us in all we do.
*Our friends. We have some of the greatest friends who have amazing listening skills, who can make us laugh, who can related to us and our craziness!
*Our horses. There is nothing better than a ride up the trail with all six of us. Great family time.
*Our dog, Belle. She's a nut, but she brings smiles to all of our faces.
*The Gospel. Our membership in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Without our Savior we would have none of this, or at least not have gratitude for all of it. Everything comes from Him and for that I am eternally grateful.
Of course there is more, but the list would just go on and on and on and on and on and on.....
Thanksgiving Day was wonderful: Dinner at my brother's house with all the family and a friend of my mom's. I hope we didn't scare her away :) We can get a little obnoxious playing games and goofing around.
The next day we hopped in the truck and drove up to the mountains to find our perfect Christmas tree. Well, we found one....all 40 feet of it! I will have to post a picture later-for some reason it's not letting me do it now-it says I have run out of storage space, HUH?