Thursday, November 22, 2012
30 Days In November, 30 Things To Be Thankful For!
2. My job. While I do not want to work at Barnes & Noble for the rest of my life, I think this is a good job to have to supplement the things that I want to do in the relatively near future.
3. My family. I honestly didn't realize how much I relied and continue to rely on them and how much I'd miss them until after leaving for college.
4. Mail. I love communication in all of it's forms. I especially appreciate the hand-written letters I receive. It's gives me even more pleasure to be able to sit down and write them!
5. Days off. From work, from homework, from any kind of obligation.
6. Netflix. I love you. You entertain me.
7. Beautiful days in the middle of what should be winter right now. It's nice when you're in denial about the coming of winter and the weather supports that.
8. Listening ears. Seriously, my sanity has been saved many a time because of you.
9. Plenty of food. I never have to worry about going hungry and I'm so grateful.
10. An empty room outside of my dorm room that is good for video chatting with friends late into the night.
11. My friends. The ones who are close to home and thousands of miles away.
12. The French language. Thank you for being beautiful and for constantly being something I can refer to and get excited over!
13. Disney songs. Believe me, there have been many an opera session featuring these songs.
14. The patience of the people in the dorms surrounding me. I don't know if you can hear my opera sessions, but if you can, thank you for not charging over and telling me to shut up.
15. A roommate that doesn't cause problems of any kind. Not for me and not for everyone else. This is a drama-free dorm room and it's a very beautiful thing!
16. Metro Transit. I have taken advantage of you so many times in the past few months alone. You're just so handy!
17. Eric Whittacre. You make wonderful music.
18. A relatively quiet dorm floor. Sure, there's the occasional giggly girl and herd of ladies running up and down the hall, but compared to what I've heard about some of the other floors in this building, we lead pretty drama-free lives.
19. Sparknotes. I'm only half ashamed to admit this. Thank you for being there to support my behavior when I just don't want to read the book/haven't read the latest chapter but still want to appear knowledgeable in class.
20. The Study Abroad office. Thank you for being there so that I can start to prepare for my departure in two years. It helps to at least get thinking about my extremely pre-meditated adventures.
21. My boyfriend. Four years and still going strong! I love you :)
22. Discussions. You're good for clarifying and tossing out ideas. You've been ubiquitous in my life lately, but I can't help but love you so. You make me think.
23. The three hour gap between my first and second classes this first semester. I get so much work done. Not even joking. Well, maybe a little :)
24. Guitar music. I miss my own... listening to someone else play as opposed to me just messing around and sounding like crap is the next most fun thing.
25. Excitement. You're such a wonderful motivator!
26. Opportunities. I may not take advantage of all of them, but I'm happy that you at least have a presence in my life.
27. Peaceful places. 'Nough said.
28. Good books to read. You know, the ones I want to read. Not necessarily the ones I'm "supposed" to be reading. It's my form of escapism.
29. Pleasant people. The people I know are also pleasant, but in this case, I'm talking about the people I don't know personally. It's really easy to treat someone you don't know like crap because statistically, you'll never see them again. So thank you for choosing to be a decent human being.
30. Imagination. Without this, I'm not sure where I would be right now. I kind of rely on imagination a lot.
I'm sure this is going to be a very common thing across the blogosphere, but what is something that you're thankful for? Tell me in the comment section below or leave a link to your own list!
Thanks for Reading!