There’s so much to be thankful for this Thanksgiving.
When I think of the displaced, homeless victims of Hurricane Sandy, I am truly thankful for a roof over my head. I am also thankful for the warmth, comfort and love within these walls.
Last year at this time, we were in a bad place financially. Over the past year, things began to slowly rebound, thanks to new opportunities and doors opening. A year later, we’ve recovered and we’re in a better place now. It’s such a great feeling to be able to pay all your bills, have money left over for groceries and gas and still have money left over to help others, like the Hurricane Sandy victims, the families of Metropolitan Ministries and others in the need.
Though health, family and friends will always top our list of thanks, I am grateful to be able to afford the holidays without worry and that we can spend it in our home filled with love and happiness.