We had a great time in Poquoson; we ate lots of tasty food and hung out with some adorable kids and well-loved family.
And we decided to extend Thanksgiving to every day of the year. After reading Give Thanks. It's Good for You: Research on Gratitude Shows Evidence of Mental Health Payoffs in the Post last week, we decided to make a tradition of saying a sort of grace at the beginning of our dinners together by sharing something that we're grateful about that day.
Last night I was grateful for the time I had over the weekend to get caught up on housework so I could feel more grounded at home and was also grateful for my sweetheart making dinner and doing lots of chores. What are you grateful for?
Here you can take a quiz on how gratitud-ful you are.