KThis is the time at which we naturally start to think about all for which we have to be thankful. For me, the list is very long.
I am thankful for a wife who loves me no matter how difficult I may be at times.
I am thankful for four beautiful and healthy daughters who love me.
I am thankful for a brother who was a good example to me when I was growing up and who still challenges me to think.
I am thankful for a sister with a loving spirit who can make me laugh when she laughs with abandon.
I am thankful for a father-in-law and mother-in-law who raised a wonderful wife for me.
I am thankful for a job that I enjoy that feels worthwhile.
I am thankful for a part-time second job that I enjoy that helps pay our monthly bills.
I am thankful for living in the United States where I can enjoy the freedom to believe what I want, think what I want, and say what I want.
I am thankful for a home, despite all the chores it requires.
I am thankful for the ability to spend my free time in activities that stimulate me and foster my creativity.
I am thankful for a mother who taught me what it means to be a Godly woman, and who showed me a model for a wife.
I am thankful for a father who taught me how to be not just a father, but a dad; who showed me that what you do is even more important than what you say; who went outside his own comfort zone to pursue a career that provided for our family generously; and who loves his grandchildren and great grandchildren.
I am thankful for a Father who has forgiven me, not based on any thing I am or have done, but just because He wanted to.