I'm thankful for my wife. She is very giving and unselfish. Last night, from a family members 40th birthday party, she drove a van-full of people to the other side of the county as the designated driver, and then drove back home.
I'm thankful for our little black and white cat. He finds amusement and amazement in the tiniest little pieces of onion skin or blowing leaf outside and is constantly occupied and on display - for our amusement!
I'm thankful for kitchen appliances that do exactly what they are supposed to do: a fridge that fridges (and freezes), a stove that stoves, a sink that sinks (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQyY6eBzf_Y ).
I'm thankful for our tv which let me watch Shawshank Redemption last night for the first time. (I missed the first 45 minutes, up to where they're watching Gilda - a pretty good picture itself!)
I'm thankful for Bruce Peabody and his benevolence towards me during my five years with the Onekama Consolidated School District. I'm typing on my teachers' EliteBook 8540p that he sold me for a reasonable rate after I left.
I'm thankful for the gift from my parents - the Mystery Meat, which I thawed and marinated as pork chops but, when seared, did look so much like beef. I completed the Pork Chop Baked Casserole recipe though and in 23 minutes (plus resting time - usually not long around here), we will know drool, drool).