It seems that every Sunday since general conference I have heard a talk or a lesson on gratitude. I'm sure this is due in part to the wonderful talk given by President Monson, The Divine Gift of Gratitude. Regardless of the reason, I am GRATEFUL for the reminder to be more GRATEFUL. I needed it. And so here are a few of the things I am most GRATEFUL for.
My family. All of them.
6 sisters, 3 brothers, 1 brother-in-law, 1 sister-in-law, 1 niece, 4 nephews, 1 mom and 1 dad. Love them.
Especially these two.
And these three.
And these two.
Could they be any cheesier? I am so grateful to have parents who are my best friends and who love and support me and are the best examples and want me to be happy more than anything.
And I cannot forget my grandparents, aunts and uncles, cousins. I have A LOT of them. And they are all wonderful. I'm grateful that I have been to a family reunion almost every summer of my life, which helps us all stay close. Here are some little clips from our Minute to Win-It Games this summer. They are just too good not to share.
And of course, I can't forget good friends. I have been blessed with so many wonderful friends who love and support me and have really become my family. These two especially. I don't quite know what I'm going to do with out them.
And these men. Where would we be without their inspiring stories, leadership and examples?
And this truth. I am most, most grateful to be a member of this church and to know that it's true.
And this building.
And this beautiful city. I'm going to miss it.
The list could go on and on but I'll stop there and just say that I am very blessed and I'm GRATEFUL for all of the blessings I have.