Thankful any way
It’s more difficult to be thankful this year. We’re isolated more than ever, not just on this holiday, but in terms of our daily lives and normal activities.
Maybe that’s why we’re more focused than ever on finding things for which to be grateful here at the 5-at-10 Compound.
We’re thankful for each other, of course.
We’re more thankful than ever to be healthy, because of the real-life knowledge that so many fewer can say that this year compared to last.
My son is thankful for the sacrifice his teachers and school administrators have made to make the school year as close to normal as possible.
My daughter was thankful her softball coaches were able to craft something close to a season during the late summer and early fall.
My wife is thankful for our many blessings, our consistent laughter, our strong faith and our