To my people in the United States, Happy Thanksgiving!
To my people outside the United States, Happy Thursday!
Because I am in the United States, and I am celebrating Thanksgiving, it occurs to me that I ought to be thankful, and I therefore ought to think about that for which I am grateful. Among those things is that I am in a place where I can take a day to be thankful--and that I can show my gratitude by eating to repletion and taking a nap. (Really, Thanksgiving does not get enough love in the US, but I think it is one of the better holidays. Seriously, celebrating by eating and taking a nap is awesome! Even with cooking and cleanup, it's a lot less stressful than many other holidays.)
Among them also is the fact that I am in a position that has me working, but not in a work that will destroy my body, and a work that serves to help people improve themselves. Too, it supports my household comfortably, which also merits thankfulness. And it allows me to do much of what I want to do--for pay.
I am thankful to have been surrounded by so many people who love me so deeply as they do. And even those people who have hated me have given me much, for which I thank them.
For those problems which I have, I am still thankful. I am grateful that they are not larger than they are. And I am grateful that I have such opportunities to make of myself a better person; in that regard, I need all the help I can get.