Much to be thankful for

I was planning on a little bit of a sad thanksgiving this year. I left Utah the night before to fly back home. I knew my whole extended family would be gathered together the next day celebrating and feasting. I had thought that we would have a couple sad little dishes and a quiet evening. Then, while I was in Utah, Jason decided that it would be fun to have the single guys at work come over, since most of them don’t have family close by. Dalan and Kari helped us tackle the food, and we ended up with 24 people here for Thanksgiving. It was a great evening. We have so much to be grateful for, but most important we are glad the Lord has lead us to where we are, even if it is not always easy to understand why.