What a powerful force for good. Not just a simple, verbal thank-you for a service provided (though that's important too), but a heartfelt, almost prayerful, sometimes unspoken, thanks for blessings received, blessings given. From now until Thanksgiving, I'm going to choose one thing I'm extremely grateful for in my life, and give thanks. Hopefully, it will become a habit, and I'll find a reason every single day to stop and say "wow, I am so blessed because . . . "
Today's expression of thanks: for my family. Loving, supportive, funny, kind, giving, and the kind of people of I would choose for friends if we weren't already related. I am more than grateful these people are in my life.