Thursday, November 25, 2010

In Gratitude and Thanksgiving

We honestly don't need a single day to remember what we're thankful for. Especially if it's a day created in memories of the Native Americans who helped the pilgrims at Plymouth survive, only to be betrayed and kicked off their homes. Anyways, every day should be a day of Thanksgiving.

My list of things to be thankful for:
  1. God
    Without Him, I'd be nothing.
  2. My family
    As much as I get annoyed by them, they are still here for me until the end.
  3. The Family Pan
    I've known most of these guys for pretty much my entire non-Canadian life. I can tell them anything. Any holiday vacations and it would be with them. 4th of July BBQ's and Thanksgiving meals? With the Family Pan.
    Dang, 2006...miss these carefree days.
  4. KCS: The Grove
    I appreciate you all from the bottom of my heart. You guys are my life at Syracuse. Who knows? I might have left SU already if not for all of you. Thank you!
    Special shout out to the "Hungry Hippos"!
  5. OCM
    As much as I say I want to find a new church at home, everyone at OCM who I've met and talked to has shaped me into the person I am today. You guys were there for me as I rediscovered myself with Christ. You guys watched as I took my baby steps as a Christian. Hopefully, when I'm a stronger, better Christian...I can come back and be the change I want to see.
  6. High School Friends
    Because of you guys, I didn't want to join any club activities for three years in high school. I just wanted to hang out with you guys after school. I look at our Senior Poster Day poster and see our "Gorilla" sign. Man, were we unorganized for that. Look at the spacing between the letters. But it's all good. Balling at Broadway and eating pho afterwards. Playing DoTA until our brains died. Hope I get to see you all soon.
  7. Man, we ugly.
  8. The New York Jets
    Thank you for giving me a reason to look forward to the Super Bowl. Jets for Super Bowl Champs!

1 comment:

  1. yeah, i practically forgot about the thankful part of thanksgiving...