During this move, I worked in the driving rain and 40-degree temperatures and got sick as a dog. But I live in a place and time where I have decent nutrition and the knowledge of how to take care of myself, so a simple cold won't kill me.
I threw my back out from lifting so much heavy stuff. But it beats having nothing, like I used to have and like so many in this world still do.
I had a molar go into abcess. But I went to a dentist instead of smashing out my tooth with a rock.
It took forever to get the internet together, and it's dial-up. But I have internet; on my home computer, my laptop and Mrs. Wraith's cell phone.
My wife had to take a temp job 60 miles away. But we have a reliable car to get her there, and she has a job.
So, thank You, Dear Lord. Thank You for the blessings You have bestowed upon us, and help me to never take them for granted.