I'm thankful for Easter and that I am close enough to where I grew up to drive there. I'm leaving after work tomorrow to drive back to Iowa to visit friends and family for the Easter weekend. I'm hoping there will be plenty of Easter candy.
I'm thankful for my birthday. Some people I know *cough* Farmer *cough* do not get excited about birthdays. This is the opposite of me. I love my birthday. And I always will. It's a day when everyone wishes you well and you can eat cake with extra frosting. I hope I am still singing this tune when I am 50.
I'm thankful for Chobani. So I talked about this last week, but look.
This massive box was on my door step when I returned home yesterday. And it was filled with Greek yogurt goodness.
I'm thankful for good friendships that last. This last weekend I visited my friend in Milwaukee. We went to high school together back in the day and although we've never been the best at keeping in touch our bond is still great. We've been friends through many good times and many not-so-good times--hello, high school was sometimes rough, but we've made it through. I'll admit I don't really keep up with any of my other high school friends except to chat with them when I run into at the bar so this friendship is obviously something special. It's nice to have a friend that understands where you are coming from.
I'm thankful for happiness. Sometimes I may struggle to find it, but it always comes back to me.
I'm thankful for people representin' my hometown. Yesterday on Ellen, a girl from the big ole town of Cascade played Ellen's Wheel of Beauty. That's pretty crazy, right?
My favorite part might be when Ellen asks "You have one stop light kinda thing?" And, actually yes, Cascade does have only one stop light.
What tv show would you want to be on?
When I was younger I always wanted to play Plinko on the Price is Right, but it is just not the same without Bob Barker.