It’s thanksgiving week 2020. A lot has been going on in the world and to set our minds on gratitude is a beautiful practice. When I recently asked my niece what she is thankful for – her reply was quick and authentic: “My family and how healthy we are!!” She stated with complete joy. The girls in the neighborhood respond similarly, what are you grateful for I asked- “my family and friends!!” they replied. We can look around and see a lot of doom and gloom, though to shift our mind and our heart on that which we can be grateful for is a powerful tool. What are you thankful for? Encouragement to get a conversation going with those you love- share with each other, for we’re all holding good reminders of how great life really is.