Last night, Robbie and I enjoyed some wine with dinner at our outdoor fire pit in our Valley Pond Townhome Association backyard for the first time this spring. It was a perfect spring evening: warm, clear sky, no wind, no bugs, and a symphony of nature sounds coming from Hidden Valley Park.
Enjoying food and conversation in front of a campfire makes me feel rich, even though it can be done very cheaply.
I’m told that gratitude is best thought of as a skill or discipline to practice. So for Thanksgiving Day 2010 (and continuing over the next week or two), here’s a chance to practice publicly. Answer the question:
What are you thankful for that’s Northfield-related?
Instead of submitting a laundry list in one comment, submit a sentence or two that describes just one thing. And then, if you have another item to submit, add it later. Another? Add it later. I bet I can think of a couple dozen things that I’d like to add eventually.
You can expand on what others post but don’t take issue with what others post. It should be an all-positive, conflict-free, comment thread.