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It Seems So Silly To Try And Write 31 Days Of Thankfulness

I’m thankful for how quickly a father son can learn to let go.

Holding on tight is an instinct (1st pic). So is letting go (2nd).

Which made me think, how long should it take to come up with 31 blessings to be thankful for? A minute or two?

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Big City Fast Paced Airports Are Really Cool, Especially When They’re Safe And Well Organized

From quiet country roads to fast-paced, big city airports, where the world’s safest jets provide inflight Internet. Heck, I’m even thankful that frequent travel merits complimentary upgrades.

I’m thankful too, of walking back in through the garage door.

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Some Of The Greatest Blessings We Have Are The Ones Where None Of The Big Ones Come To Mind

Sure, we’re thankful for Democracy and the Internet and cars, but what about quiet country roads, where none of those things cross our mind?

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There Are Moments In Time That Seem To Drag On, Those That Fly By, And Some In The Middle

We learned how to dunk Oreos as kids, watching someone older. It was time to pass the torch. Just a boy and his Dad. Time carved out. No rush.

Except to eat the fruits of their labor.

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Can I Just Get In Your Face For A Second And Have You Tell Me You Get It?

Everyday won’t be carefree, but the fact that we are alive, is, well, what do you think it is?

First and foremost, beyond a shadow of a doubt, the fact we are alive is our greatest blessing and opportunity, bar none. Please tell me you get this.

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