When I was little and didn’t know how to pray I was told to write God a letter. So now I still start impromptu prayers with a “Dear God”, something I have been made fun of. But I don’t care because it works for me.
So I was thinking of some of the things I was grateful for today and made a list/prayer to thank God. Sometimes I take things for granted which is something that bugs me yet I am a constant offender.
So, in an effort to not annoy myself here I go.
Thank you for being in my life and for the things you put in my life.
Thank you for my husband. He is my world.
Thank you for my family! All of them (in-laws included they are amazing) – there’s a lot and I am so grateful to have fun and amazing family. And thank you for the crazy family members – yes even Tia Emma – because at the end of the day she is still my grandma’s sister.
Thank you for my pets.
Thank you for my friends.
Thank you for my job.
Thank you for the struggles, difficult times and sad moments. Because without them I would never truly appreciate everything else that is right and wonderful in my life.
Oh and PS here are some purely selfish and shallow things I too am grateful for.
Thank you for the cast of Jersey Shore – they make me look like I have my shit together. When in fact they really have their shit together since they get paid to drink and party.
Thank you for the show Pretty Little Liars because although I am 29 it makes me feel young to watch.
Thank you for Macaroni and Cheese. And thank you for letting me marry a man who makes THE BEST MAC CHEESE EVER!!!!!
Thank you for vampires, zombies and werewolf’s. Those creatures have contributed to many years and hours of entertainment. Ever since my eyes first fell on the glorious TV show Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Best TV show EVER!!
Which brings me to ….
Thank you for Joss Whedon. I love that man and everything he touches.
Thank you for potatoes.
Thank you for wine.
Thank you for creating the person who invented the deep fryer.
Thank you for exercise since apparently I eat a lot.
Thank you for Halloween.
And finally thank you for Google – what would I do without it?