You should be grateful for everything you have every single day of your life and not just in the month of November. The only thing I’ve seen the last couple weeks was red and Christmas. November is not even halfway, Thanksgiving is not even here yet and everywhere you go, you see Christmas in some advertisement. It makes me wonder what people think of the holiday season. Is it a season to just give gifts and be materialistic? Or why does it need to be some kind of holiday to be grateful for what you have? I’m grateful to be able to wake up every single day on a bed with a blanket over me. While there are many out there trying to keep warm sleeping outside TD Bank North or at some corner of a building. I’m grateful that I have food to eat and clothes to wear. Many of us take advantage of what was given to them and they don’t realize that there are people who is less fortunate. It’s a blessing to be alive. One of the many things I’m grateful for is friends who is willing to listen to me vent. I am grateful for this girl and many others that is in my life right now. Thank you for dealing with my randomness. Remember that not everyone is lucky enough to have friends who will listen to you and be there for you. Therefore, you should be thankful every single day of your life, not just for the month of November. I am all over the place in this post, that’s what red wine does to you.
“Shuushi” “autumnal melancholy”; a feeling of deep sadness associated with the autumn season. The sadness associated with seeing the leaves changing their colors, and beginning to fall – it means that the dark, cold months of winter are inching ever closer, day by day.