So I’m a little late on my thankfulness post, due to tests, projects and papers that have been consuming all my time. But better late than never, right? So I’m calling this my “End of the Thankfulness Month” post.
I have to start out by saying that there are millions of things I’m thankful for that aren’t making this list, but these are the big things. I consider myself a very blessed person to have the friends and family in my life that I have, to live where I do, and to have the opportunities I have had.
First and foremost, my family. I would not be the person I am without these people.
Third: Home. There is nothing in this world I love than being home. Home is my family, my fondest memories, and in a lot of ways it’s who I am.
Fourth: My School. Going to Texas A&M has provided me with so many opportunities, and I couldn’t wish for a better school to go to. Although I might wish for one that had less humidity…
And last: I am so thankful for the country we live in, and the farmers and ranchers who not only feed our country but the world. Through this blog, facebook, and twitter I have had the opportunity to meet so many amazing people involved in the agriculture industry and they are truly great, innovative, inspiring people.
I’m so thankful for the people who have encouraged me, inspired me, and cheered me on through this past year. I’m also thankful for you, my readers, that continue to read my latest ramblings and encourage me to keep writing and keep snapping pictures.
What are some of the things you are thankful for?