This Thanksgiving Day, I find myself musing on the things for which, right now, I feel grateful.
I feel grateful that I live in a safe place, where will not be attacked by gunmen with grenades and automatic rifles.
I feel grateful that since most of my clients are in the federal government, my job is pretty safe.
I feel grateful that my family is healthy in a world of powerful medicine, so that their fevers, sniffles, and rashes never make me worry for their lives.
I feel grateful that knowing my wife is in the next room makes me feel good.
I feel grateful that I am looking forward to gathering with my extended family for dinner.
I feel grateful that I have confidence in the car I will drive down to Richmond, and the money to fix it should it break down; I remember when I used to set out on journeys in my ramshackle old Dodge, never knowing whether it would make it.
I feel grateful that my country has elected a President I respect.
I feel grateful that I have friends, and ways to communicate with them.