I am thankful for friends and being able to share time with them.
It may be an obvious choice; I don't know anyone who doesn't like their friends, but it's my blog and my year of giving thanks.
I'm sure you understand.
Sharing food, laughter, good times, bad times, it doesn't matter when you're with friends. We have so many amazing friends. I'm extroverted enough that I could spend every day or evening with friends. I think in high school and college I did. I never liked being alone.
I'm okay with being alone now. (Or maybe I'm not, I do blog, it's my way of connecting when I'm home by myself.) But I still really like the time I spend with friends.
Quality Time is also my Love Language (if you haven't read the book, I urge you to read it, so does Bill). This is the fourth time it has been mentioned today. I need the quality time I spend with friends. It fills me. And don't we all need to be filled with love?
Friends to me are love.
That's what I've been trying to convey with giving thanks. So there you have it. In less than one week, I opened up and have accomplished what I wanted to by giving thanks.
We're all done.
You can stop reading now.
No, I'm just kidding. Don't leave me! I need you.
Oh boy, maybe I need to see my therapist…
In conclusion, friends are great and today I'm highlighting our friendships. I'm not going to list our friends for fear I would accidentally leave someone off the list (that would be awkward). So, if you're our friend, please know that you are included in this post today.