So I did get to enjoy Thanksgiving with Husband at a friend's home. It was warm enough to eat the meal outside in sleeveless shirt and skirt. I was not at 100% and being out in the sun was lovely.
Over estimated how well I was, over ate and over drank, and felt pretty bad for the rest of the night.
However, it is Thanksgiving, so I give thanks for
- my family near (Husband, cat) and far (everyone else)
- being able to see my parents and have them come visit in October
- friends old and new
- a job that is meaningful and plays a part in making the world better, heck for being employed instead of unemployed like Brother Two (his company shut down and he was laid off)
- a job that offers paid sick leave, which I have used extensively this year for my mental and physical health
I've been reading a lot. Most recently Behemoth by Scott Westerfeld and the Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. They're both really good books, written mainly for young adults. I just finished The Hunger Games this afternoon and when I put it down, I was just kind of stunned; it's just so good. Looking forward to seeing the movie adaptation. And compared to the dystopian world and emotional turmoil in the book, and in many places in the world, I'm thankful for the well-fed, safe and loving life I have.