Thankfulness goes hand in hand with seeing the now.
I’m thankful for the life that flows through this little four-corner house and the people in it who are my home.
Jaycelle, my wife, is living her aspirations. I’m thankful for the mutual support that we share with each other.
Bryce, my son, is growing more independent each waking day. I’m thankful for the play time that we share together building blocks.
My parents, who, for a couple of years already, are enjoying their lives as seniors—are ever so healthy in their minds and bodies.
My mother-in-law, in the same light of health, is immersed in growing her small business.
My brothers and their families—we got each other’s backs.
My friends from the past who prove to be the same in the present.
Then it comes back to myself—I feel blessed to be someone to all those I love.
These things can’t be bought—and these things only time affords.
Look for it. What do you have now that you are thankful for?