It was a normal day like any other and for it I am grateful. I sat crunching tortilla chips dipped in salsa mixed with my homemade coconut milk- based sour cream thinking about what I have.
On the table we have an electric kettle, Mike had selected some fruit for dessert, and there are a few other items including a pencil and some scrap paper where I make notes for what I have to do during the day so I don't forget.
That includes what I've decided to make for supper so I don't forget about it.
The table is paid for. So is everything on it, and so is the house it sits in. We have no debt save the month bills and when I put something on Visa it is for convenience's sake. I am able to pay it off as soon as I get the bill.
I drove over to a grocery store afterward. My car is owned outright and it sits in a garage, also paid for. This keeps my car and my husband's truck safe from weather and thieves. Neither of our vehicles is a favourite target for vehicle theft, but they are still safe and that is what matters.
I went out to get the dairy-free version of ice cream and found two brands to try. One such branch is made right here in Alberta and was on sale.
The above are simple, normal day things and for each and every one of them I am grateful.