A call back for a second mammo today made me reflect on those things I am thankful this Thanksgiving. I am thankful that second test does not show Cancer. I am also thankful for my Mom and Hubby. In additon, I am thankful that I even had health insurance to persue the testing and resulting testing in six months. Of course I could go on and on. There is so much to give thanks for in the midst of the crazy and insane daily activities.
Sure I have a couple of funerals to attend, other challenges and friends and family in pain. Yet, as I read the Psalms it just puts a new spin on things. I almost cried when I read Psalms 73 and got the assurance of God’s ever present support and comfort. I also am reminded of the need not to be a “player hater” of folks who just seem to get over in life , get very rich in resources, seldom sick, but really evil in their actions towards others.
Since many of you may be peeking at blogs this Thanksgiving I thought it would be good to share 3 things we are thankful for this Thanksgiving. I find it is a good reminder when you are in the dumps. Take a few minutes to share them.