It’s the eve of Thanksgiving, and I know this year looks different for many of us… no family gatherings, no road trips to visit extended family, no house hopping from one turkey dinner to the next. And it’s especially easy in the solitude, to be reminded of the things we should be doing — the things we aren’t doing. But I’m here to say, we can’t focus on that!
Instead we need to hug the people we can. And count our blessings, big or small this year — be thankful for our health, and the health of our friends and family. A super easy way to do this, is take out a piece of paper and write (or type) them down.
Here are a few things B and I are thankful for this year:
- Time we’ve been able to spend with family, specifically pool days & July 4th
- Having jobs and ones that we are able to work from home
- Good music and Yahtzee
- Another year with our Moz
- The time we’ve been able to see friends this year
- Curbside pick-up
- Our Jackson Hole trip
- Rain on Me – Lady Gaga
- Getting to know our neighbors more this year
- A husband who likes to grocery shop!
Ok, your turn! Even just taking a moment before dinner, and sharing a few things you’re especially thankful for, or telling someone via the phone or text this year — share a little extra gratitude and soak in the good that we’ve been able to find this year ♥️.
Still prepping for the big day? See how we’re getting ready for a quiet Thanksgiving Dinner for Two!