11.27.2007

Thoughts on my commute

In the midst of the sleet on the way home, and $3.15/gallon gas, I can be thankful I have a car that is reliable and warm.

While Josh is battling bronchitis, I can be thankful we have health insurance and an FSA and that his prescription was free at Meijer.

When I swing by Kroger on the way home and a gallon of milk is almost as expensive as a gallon of gas, I can be thankful that the grocery store is so convenient, and grocery prices here aren't as bad as other places in the country.

When I get home from work later than planned, I can be thankful that my husband fixes a delicious dinner on his own for us- one less thing for me to worry about when I get there.

There's certainly more. It's good to recite little things to be thankful for every now and then, don't you think?

3 comments:

ChuckL said...

Don't tell your Mom about the "my husband fixes a delicious dinner on his own for us" part...OK!!

You really are blessed and your commute time is a good, quiet time to count those blessing daily...including the blessing of not having a long commute!

Anonymous said...

Cute house, cute couple, cute everything! Thanks for letting us stop by - think of us every time you use your new goodies!

Love, Mary and Kels

ashley @ twentysixcats said...

You have expensive gas and cheap milk. :-) My milk is over a dollar more than a gallon of gas.

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