Every year around Thanksgiving, the one thing on my mind is turkey. I'm not 100% sure what happened this year (I'm trying my hardest not to be super cheesy) but I am extremely thankful for everything I have in my life at this moment. I'm serious- there's not much I can complain about because what more could I possibly want? Here's a brief list of the main things I am thankful for:
I have the most amazing parents and little brother (who's not so little anymore!)
Throughout the years I've realized that my mom is truly my best friend. She answers all (most) of my phone calls and can always calm me down. I am certain my mom is one of the main reasons I have always been able to get through anything negative in my life. Truly the key to my soul.
I guess now I have to talk about how much I love my dad and brother. Just kidding Faris, I know you're reading this and I love you. Very much. Dad too.
I'm thankful for all the amazing friends I have in my life - the old, the current, the new, and everything in between. I feel like everyone I've ever met is a friend and someone I can relate to in some way. A common connection is the easiest way to friendship and understanding.
3. I'm pretty thankful for this guy.
3. GRADUATION (and friends)
I am thankful I graduated from the University of Arizona this year. I am now "officially" an educated and somewhat competent citizen of society.
4. HAWAII (and friends)
I'm really thankful for Hawaii's existence and how incredible of a time we all had celebrating this year our graduations from different colleges.
5. Did I mention friends yet?
6. MY JOB.
I am thankful for having such an incredible job within an amazing company which allows me to travel, and gives me content to write about for my blog! Not only do I get to experience the world at such a young age, but I am involved in an intellectually stimulating environment with a great boss. Besides my constant knack to work (and work some more), I don't think my work environment could be any better.
7. MY HEALTH.
I know there is so much more I am thankful for, but I wanted to make sure I addressed the basics. What are you thankful for?