My wife and my cat. The woods outside my door and that the bear that lives there hasn't bothered me. The trails and streams and other creatures that live in the woods. The birds that come to my bird feeders.
Nice question. :) I'm thankful for very many things... That'd be a reeaally long, looong list -- too long for my super-long answers, even... har-har. I'm thankful to be reminded that I ought to consider all that I am thankful for more often, and to realize how truly fortunate I am, so... I'm thankful for your question! ;)
I am thankful for my friend Dread Pirate Jackie (who is like super awesome and I wish she was here but I don't want to bother her during the holiday), my friend Eevvee for giving me advice on exercise and diets, my few other friends, my family, and most importantly that I have a part time job.
to be honest, im thankful for being alive, having food and water, having a FAMILY, wearing clothes, going to school and but im most thankful for not being air, that mean no one knowing who you are of what you look and act like.
MUCH of what others as above. This including my wonderful wifes help with my illnesses despite her limitations for over 30 years.
ALSO the true hope of the "kingdom" in the "Lords Prayer" as in ".........thy kingdom come thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven....." this bringing forth the start of paradise earth!
That true hope as an "anchor" for our lives:
(Hebrews 6:19) .?.?.This [hope] we have as an anchor for the soul, both sure and firm, and it enters in within the curtain,
*** w09 8/15 p. 14 par. 8 Everlasting Life on Earth—A Hope Rediscovered *** One of the English-speaking world’s famous poets, John Milton (1608-1674), wrote Paradise Lost and its sequel Paradise Regained. In his works, Milton referred to the reward that the faithful will receive in an earthly paradise. Although Milton dedicated much of his life to Bible study, he recognized that Scriptural truth would not be pieced together until Christ’s presence.