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…or could be a thought to live by!  I was driving thru Goshen yesterday, and saw this on a Church sign.  This may not be the perfect quote, but close,

“If we don’t enjoy that which we already have, then what makes us think we will be happier with more?”

Really got me thinking how grateful I am for my family and all the other blessings in my life.

Anyway, thats as deep as it gets. Thanks for reading, feel free to comment.

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What are you thankful for?

I woke up at 6am…as I laid in bed, I started thinking of what I am thankful for.  I am thankful for a lot.  Here are just a few that come to mind.  I am thankful for a forgiving God that loves me even when I do things he hates.  I am thankful for my Wife, she is amazing.  I am thankful for my 3 amazing kids… they make me smile just thinking of them!  I am thankful for awesome parents, they to have always loved me, even when I am not a great son.  I am thankful for all my friends…. both old ones and new ones. It’s great having friends isn’t it?   I am thankful for our Church, it has made a big difference in my life.  I am thankful for an awesome job, an awesome boss and great customers, thanks for your loyalty Gary!  I am thankful for the right and ability to make choices… that is one of the greatest gifts God gave us.  I am thankful for the country I live in, and the freedoms that we have.  I am thankful for all the men and woman that serve in our Armed forces and that have died for my freedom… that sounds pretty repeated, but it takes on a whole new meaning when I remember that people I personally knew and worked with on a daily basis in the Army are now DEAD…. they died fighting evil for you and me. I am thankful for great health and a bunch of other things that I take for granted all the time until I sit down to think about.  I am thankful I still have my legs (read My Testimony, its on a tab at top of page.)

Last and for sure least, I am thankful for stuff.  Its hard to remember that all material things are just “stuff”.  Not saying I am not thankful for stuff like Houses, cars, etc., but stuff is nothing without all of the first paragraph.

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I am always thinking, and now I can also type.