I’m lucky, and I know it. I have a roof over my head, enough to eat, people who care for me, and work I enjoy.
Like most of us, I’ve had my share of sorrow, but I also have a lot to be thankful for, and I hope that on this holiday you do too. This is the time of year when generosity tends to be at it’s best, so remember the folks who aren’t as lucky as we are. Your Community Food Bank is a great place to start.
I’m sure you have better things to do today than read my blog, so I just want to say thanks for reading and commenting. I appreciate your support and encouragement.