Once again it’s time for Thanksgiving day in the USA! Time to count your blessings and be thankful for whatever you have. This year has been hard on lots of folks, so it will be a bit harder to find things to be thankful for.
But we here in the United States still have it much better than lots of the other world, even poor folks. One of my favorite saying is “everything is relative”.
Which means we all tend to see things relative to where we are, who we are and what has happened in our lives. Because of that we often see our good luck or bad luck only in relation to how our life is right now.
So what you may see as bad luck, others would actually welcome to be in your shoes as they have it even worst. At the same time what you see as good luck others would see it as a step down for them.
All this simply means you live the life you have, not what you wish it was. Because no matter what you do, everything is relative. Myself I’m thankful for being able to run this tourist site I have plus a few more, I have around 3 dozen websites.
I’m one of the lucky ones to be able to work at home and be my own boss in these difficult times. So I’m thankful for that and my close friends and family. That’s really all we have that matter much, isn’t it?
I bought myself an 11 pound turkey and will be roasting that and sharing it with my cat Spinkie on Thanksgiving day! Yes I’m single and family is up north, so I’ll be by myself that day.
Maybe I’ll check out a theme park if I feel like it. By the way ALL theme parks will be packed on Thanksgiving day, just letting you know. Many Disney resorts and parks will be serving traditional Thanksgiving meals that day in their bigger restaurants.
So happy Thanksgiving from Orlando Inside, which is to say me and Spinkie the cat! Have a fun and safe day, and avoid those family spats if you can!