I'm thankful for the cooler weather. We were having a run of triple digit weather well into October. It's still warm, but not so hot.
I'm thankful everyone enjoyed the three posts about our recent visitor from Australia. If you missed any of the three posts here are the links...The Auzzie Visit, The Auzzie Visit Finale and Message From Down Under. I'm also thankful for all the wonderful comments.
I'm thankful that we are going to our boat today to spend a long weekend. Reading and just enjoying the autumn weather is most delightful. Doing both on a boat is even better.
I'm thankful that it's almost the change of watch for IOBG Delta District 19. It's time for me to step down and take a breather. One more year and my 10 years of volunteering will be over. Hubby and I are both ready for that. It's been enjoyable, but it's time for others to bring their ideas to the table.
I'm thankful that I live in the greatest country in the world. There is much wrong here, but many are still trying to come to America. When I hear politicians complain about things I always say that millions upon millions would give anything to live in America. We can't be all that bad.
I'm thankful for all my blogging buddies. There are many of you that I still want to meet and if you're ever anywhere near the central valley of California let me know. There could be a boat ride and other fun stuff involved.
Lastly it's the 11th annual Wombat Day over at Wombania. Wombat Day is held annually to honor wild wombats. It’s a day of chocolate, wine gums, fireworks, and good times. Happy Wombat Day!
So what are you most thankful for today?
Image Credit: MiMi King