THIS YEAR* I AM THANKFUL FOR GREG THOMPSON, THE GREATEST PERSON IN THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD.
Maxine, Sheshe, my health, having a car, happiness and other various emotions, candy, fruit, ice cream, pizza, all other favorite foods, having a safe and warm (in the winter, cool in the summer) house to live in, clothing, my room, my bed, books, all mediums of art, my comforter that has remained as fluffy as the day I got it 3 years ago, tea, reading, knitting, my Mom, Lila, no such thing as bad weather, record/cd/itunes library collection, traveling/having experienced traveling, good food, cooking, baking, the bed and breakfast in Pennsylvania, past present and future education, soft pillows, fluffy pillows, flat pillows, chocolate, my watch, having the ability to buy food if I need to, naps, naps with Sheshe, naps with Maxine, naps with Greg, good people, smiling, laughing, the ability to laugh, the ability to feel good, optimism, giving things, making things, making things to give to people, flowers, all animals, my jacket, my permit, my phone and my computer and all other electronics, my cameras, favorite TV shows, movies of all sorts, conversation, meeting new people, all life experiences, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, having a cat that wants to hang out with me all the time, having a dog that wants to hang out with me all the time, sleep, sleeping, dreams, dreaming, learning new things, aleve for achey joints, enlightenment, I'm tired so this is going to end here for now.
*Please let me clarify that my extent of celebrating Thanksgiving is simply making pumpkin pie and saying all the things I'm thankful for out loud. Thanksgiving's history has nothing to do with this and is a different subject entirely, I just think this is the only day of the year where people should recognize what they're thankful for. EVERY DAY SHOULD BE THANKSGIVING BUT WHATEVER.