The Friday Five: Things To Be Thankful For

Back in my hometown until Sunday, I’m excited to celebrate Thanksgiving with my family and friends. With the crazy schedules customary of my family, we get to celebrate twice this weekend, and therefore I have even more time to think about all of the wonderful blessings in my life. Even when the semester feels like too much to handle, we have to remember to appreciate the little things in life.

In honor of this Thanksgiving (which we celebrated on Thursday and will celebrate again on Saturday), I would like to dedicate this Friday Five to the things we should all be most thankful for.


The Friday Five: Things To Be Thankful For

1. You have food on the table and a roof over your head every night.

2. Even when it feels like the world is against you, there are always those few people who support you regardless.

3. You aren’t Amber Portwood… or her daughter, Leah, for that matter.

4. You have survived Black Friday without becoming one of these people.

5. There are only a few more weeks of classes and exams before you can call it quits for the rest of 2010!

6 thoughts on “The Friday Five: Things To Be Thankful For

    • Valerie says:

      Those were too amazing! I absolutely love the Huffington Post… there is always something hilarious there πŸ™‚ Thanks for stopping by. Glad you enjoyed & hope you had a fun Thanksgiving!

    • Valerie says:

      That’s awesome! πŸ™‚ My schedule is supposed to be like that too, except that our last official day of exams is the Monday after next week, and one of my teachers decided to be a jerk and have his exam that day. But I should be home that afternoon, so yay! Best of luck with your exams!

  1. koalaspenguinsdance8 says:

    That stinks 😦 But at least you get to go home that afternoon. I have two exams on my last day but I get to go home after that. I hope you do great on your exams also πŸ™‚

    • Valerie says:

      Thank you so much! I am so excited for the winter break and holidays. I’ll be missing Hanukkah but home for Christmas, so I’m celebrating a little at school and a little at home!

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