Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Thankful

I am thankful for many things. First and foremost is my wonderful family. My loving husband and two handsome, thoughtful sons. My sister-in-law Missy and her husband, Mike and of course, little Griffin. I am thankful that I get along with my ex-husband and his family and that we will be sharing Thanksgiving together. I am thankful that I will be able to give my boys their whole family together, if only for one day. I am thankful that I have a job and that my husband has a job, for many do not. I have a roof over my head, food to eat, and the luxury of buying foolish things. For that I am thankful. I am thankful for my loving pets....both the ones that I have now and those that I have lost. I am thankful for all my wonderful fellow bloggers who I would never have met if not for Missy pestering me to blog. I have met many wonderful, thoughtful people through blogs and I'm meeting more everyday. I am thankful for the opportunity to meet one of my best blogging buddies, Cecile and her family this week coming up. I am thankful for all the wonderful people who give their lives everyday to make us safe, our military. If not for them, we may not have the freedom to celebrate this wonderful holiday. I am thankful for each and everyone of you out there. Have a safe, happy, joyeous Thanksgiving. God Bless!

5 comments:

Gl@uX-ray said...

Olá! Bonnie, Meu nome é Glaucia Elaine, sou do Brasil, e li algumas postagens suas, senti que você é uma pessoa maravilhosa, temos culturas diferentes mais concordamos em sempre agradecer a Deus por tudo...
Que Deus te abençõe!!!
Beijos!!!

Andi said...

What a lovely post Bonnie! We do all have so much to be thankful for.

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving! See you on Friday!

Brenda said...

Bonnie,Im thankful for a friend like you. hope you family has a great day.

Missy's Blog said...

I'm so thankful for you, Jerome, Wade and Scotty!!!

I love you guys ... Happy Thanksgiving!

Do you understand what your first commentor wrote?

Bonnie said...

I do understand a few things but not all. I thought about deleting that comment, but I have some friends of Spanish heritage at State Farm so I am going to see if they can translate the rest for me. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving. "It's over the river and into the woods to Grandma's house we go". LOL.