I am thankful for my house. I mean, I am seriously in love with this place. And even though both Jared and I have worked really hard in order to get this house, I still feel incredibly lucky that it is, indeed, ours.
Growing up, I often resented the fact that I lived in a tiny town. The mall only had one clothing store, the movie theater was small, and everyone in town knew who you were and what you were up to.
Oh, Seattle, how I love thee. With your green trees and mostly temperate weather, your high humidity and grey skies.
I am thankful not just because I have a job, but because of the jobs I've had. In each one, I've found a way to grow. I've found new skills, new friends, and second families.
I feel lucky to have the education that I do. In my extended family, my siblings and I were the first to go to college and the first to graduate from college. It's given me opportunities that many people don't have and, for that, I am thankful.
Amy: You're awesome. Great boss, amazing friend.
Who loves cupcakes? Who, Who? Hehehe, I had to...stop judging me!
Kamber, my friend. I'm not even sure how to sum up our friendship in the first line, so I'll just jump right in.
Everyone who has ever been my friend: Thank you.
Mom: You're amazing. I know a lot of people say that about their mom, but it's true with you.