By Doug Nielsen |November 25, 2015
Today many of us will sit down with family and friends to break bread and, in some cases, give thanks. After all, it is Thanksgiving Day.
My late wife’s family has a mealtime tradition wherein my father-in-law asks one or more people at the table “What are you thankful for?” Those who are asked the question then provide a brief answer, which usually includes an expression of gratitude for family and friends along with whatever else is on their mind.
So, what am I thankful for?