And We Say “Gracias.”
In two days, we will sit with friends and family to share a meal, a hug, a laugh. And we will do it in the name of gratitude and Thanksgiving.
Read on as Tiki Tiki friends share what they are most grateful for.
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“My family of origin had a meaningful ritual. Before we “dug in,” we went around the table and each person shared something(s) for which they were grateful. Sometimes it might be something small. Sometimes mammoth. And, as the practice of gratitude does, it left each of us feeling the well within our hearts was overflowing.” — Leisa A. Hammett, author of From Heartache to Hope: Middle Tennessee Families Living with Autism.
From our Tiki Tiki Facebook Page
- Cindy Robles Enderle: “I’m grateful for my family and loved ones.”
- Ana Amador: “OMG,That’s such a difficult question: I’m so grateful for my Lord Jesus sacrifice who died for me and thus gave me eternal life,for his everlasting care,love,patience..for my family,for all of you,for the good old USA,for our Armed Forces,for having my cuban heritage and for the love to that little yet gigantic island,for the freedom we enjoy and I can go on and on!!!!!”
“I am thankful for Bustelo Instantaneo. The coffee at my work is beyond asqueroso and since there’s no way to use a cafetera at work, in a pinch this is la bomba. Also, I fly through my work in half the time!!!!” — Laura.
Y tu? What are you grateful for?
Marta and I wish you a blessed and wonderful Thanksgiving.