This link will take you to the Feast of Thankfuls which I wrote before I became mostly serious.
How many ways can I say grateful and for how many things? Each day I give thanks for family, first, followed by a current list which doesn't always fall in an orderly fashion.
Today, I was grateful to have reached the NaNoWriMo word count.
Today I was grateful for blogs and bloggers, for readers and writers, for a peek at the sunset, for not falling off my treadmill, for a spider slow enough to be captured and sent outside to spin.
Grateful to be sheltered, not hungry, with a bed to sleep in and with the luck that keeps me from being on the street.
Grateful that some of us are physically removed from war. I'm grateful to those who serve and those who care. For those who learn and those who dare. Always, I'm grateful that the worst hasn't happened. And then I fear it may have happened to someone, somewhere today.
May I wish you all a long list of gratefuls and a delightfully warm and generous holiday.
The above is in response to: Sunday Scribblings prompt: Grateful