I’m thankful for slow internet because it means I’m lucky enough to have it.
I’m thankful for that certain someone that steals my perfect parking spot because it means I can walk.
I’m thankful for the people that sit next to me who argue about politics because it means we live in a country with the freedom of speech.
I’m thankful for the mac&cheese I just burnt because it means I have food (and enough so that I can make more).
I’m thankful for that friend that sings off key because it means I can hear.
I’m thankful for trains because they remind me to be patient.
I’m thankful for my little sister constantly stealing my clothes because it means for one, I have a little sis, and for two, I have a pretty cool wardrobe.
I’m thankful for stressful assignments because they mean that I am privileged enough to be in college.
I’m thankful for the hurt because it reminds me how wonderful my life is.
I’m thankful for waking up on cold Monday mornings because it means I’m alive.
Don’t like something in your life? Simple. Change the way you look at it.