Thank you God for my neighbors. Putting dinner in the crockpot is great in theory, but when you forget to turn it on as you run out the door, the only thing that happens is a waste of a $15 roast. Thankfully, I messaged my neighbors on Facebook and they quickly ran over and averted the crisis.
Whew. It would have been bad if this dinner didn’t happen. The roasted brussel sprouts stole the show.
(Those same neighbors helped me wrangle in my dogs this morning. Which is why this post is going up late. Sigh.)
Thank you God for Dan’s creativity and ideas. I came home last night to him looking up the cost of solar panels and every once in awhile he would yell, “Hey, Racheal! What is 520 divided by 25?!?” I would tell him the answer and then he would sigh and go back to staring at the computer screen.
Thank you God for my office gym. It never lets me down.
Thank you for my current phase of insomnia. I could stare at this for hours.
Thank you God for the delivery that Red Gold tomatoes sent me.
I kid you not, on Tuesday I was making chicken saag and searching the pantry for a can of crushed tomatoes when the doorbell rang. I opened the door to find a package that included a can of crushed tomatoes. I am also thankful for the apron, which will help keep my clothes from stains.
Thank you God for giving the Royals the lead in first place!
Thank you God for this country I live in and for the freedoms that I have.
What are you thankful for?