I Am Thankful or The Glass Is Half Full

Around the High Holidays, I shared a reading called “I Am Thankful” that puts a thankful spin on the stuff we’re often not that thankful for. The reading resonated with many of you. I’ve played around with it over the past few weeks and wanted to share my adapted version as we get ready to sit down with family and friends on Thanksgiving. I Am Thankful – or – The Glass Is Half Full I am thankful… For my spouse who comes home hungry and tired, because it means s/he is home with me, not busy with someone or something else. For my teenager who is complaining about this or that, because it means s/he is at home with me, not out there getting into trouble. For my baby whose crying keeps me awake, because it means I’m surrounded by new life. For my grandparents who complain that I don’t call…