Thanksgiving – a time for giving thanksI am thankful for so many things and yet am rubbish at recognising it and showing it.
I am thankful for my close family, for my brother and my sister and for my parents; they are all so inspirational and encouraging.
I am thankful for the rest of my family, for my cousins, my grandmas and all my aunts and uncles – I love our family shin-digs always.
I am thankful for my friends from home, I have been blessed with some amazing friends and I should try and keep in contact with more of them cos I love catching up with each and everyone of them; as proven recently.
I am thankful for all the friends I have made through my time at Warwick and I hope that we will stay in touch beyond uni but either way thank you for shaping me and influencing me and for those of you who have challenged me – I am really thankful.
I am thankful for my health, that even if I were to have a problem I am blessed with an amazing free health service.
I am thankful for my wealth that I am able to own so much and provide food for myself.
I am thankful for my education that I have access to it and it can improve my chances of employment and that I am learning from my education but learning more than just the subject.
I am thankful that every so often I have these glimpses of why I am so lucky and I pray they will be more frequent and long-lasting.
Thank you, Lord.