What I have to be thankful for.

Wally, he’s a wonderful friend; a very special man; one in a million.  I’m blessed to have him in my life.

My dogs, all three of them, even though yesterday I was ready to ship Fern off to an agility home.

My cats, all of them too (I think).  They keep the rodent (and bird) population down and make me laugh.

Where I live: one of the most beautiful places in the world.

The goats, of course for their milk, but for also for what they teach me, namely patience.

My friends, both near and far.

My health.

Life is good.  Thank you.

May you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving and I hope you have as much to be thankful for as I do.

Until later …