Let's be honest, I would drive him to drink if I was underfoot 24/7.
I was sitting in my psych class texting Cam telling him that I just felt awful today. Not physically, but mentally. Then, like a little message from God, my professor started this video.
Of course, there are other things to be thankful for today. My freedom, my country, my rights. On this day 11 years ago I was home sick watching the news with my mom (who worked from home at the time) in her bed trying to make sense of what I was seeing on TV. Big planes, tall building, people jumping with no one to catch them. I was 9, what did I know?
Nothing. I knew nothing. I had no idea the impact this would have on my life, my country.
There is so, so much to be grateful for; so much to thank God for. Even the nearly 3,000 lives lost that day (and tens of thousands lost fighting for our safety since then) were a blessing while they were here.
Needless to say, my feelings this morning now seem minuscule in comparison. I have so much in my life that there is no reason to not be happy and thankful for it everyday.
I am blessed. I am happy. I am free.