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11/25/2004

Things I am Thankful For 

Ok, it's turkey day here in the States, and time for the obligatory "What I am thankful for" list.
  • I am thankful, first and foremost, for my salvation, by grace through faith.
  • I am thankful for my family.
  • I am thankful for the calling and the opportunity God has given me to attend seminary.
  • I am thankful that I finally got the turkey breast I bough fried (not to self -- it takes a LONG time to heat oil in my turkey fryer. Plan ahead next year!).
  • I am thankful that I live in this country.
  • I am thankful that I don't have kids in this school (hat tip to The Crusty Curmudgeon).
  • I am thankful for that second piece of pumpkin pie.



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