NOTE: I am a fan of 30-day challenges, and November is traditionally a time of two: National Novel Writing Month, and 30 Days of Thanks. As I am not a fiction writer, this year I have chosen to publish a daily blog for the entire month, expressing my gratitude. This may not be entirely food-focused, but expect recipes aplenty. Feel free to join me in the comments below. What are you thankful for today?
This is my first Thanksgiving weekend away from my child, ever.
My knee hurts.
My back hurts.
My brain hurts.
The dog won’t stop gnawing at his hot spots even though he has worn the Cone of Shame for a week.
Khristian and I are suffering from poor communication, potentially due to the first sentence of this blog today (or any other number of things that crop up when navigating a relationship that occurs after everyone packs their steamer trunks of baggage and brings them along).
The Seahawks just lost a piss-poor outing.
I just remembered that there are massive typos in yesterday’s blog that I did not correct this morning as I said I would (but I will by the time anyone reads this).
Tomorrow is my dead father’s birthday. Nine and a half years, and Thanksgiving was his favorite holiday.
I applied liberal amounts of shopping and cooking and tried to apply some football, but it just didn’t take.
So today, I am grateful that I can opt out of being grateful.
What are you grateful for?