So, in the spirit of THANKSGIVING, there is a Facebook challenge: every day in November, write one thing you're thankful for. Because my dad really likes it when I update my blog and I don't want to annoy people with status updates on Facebook every day, I'm gonna do it on here.
For November 1, 2, and 3:
I am very thankful that I live in a country that lets me worship my Jesus without stoning me, executing me, and doing all sorts of terrible things to me. I am thankful that we have the freedom to vote for our leaders, even if we don't like the decisions they make all the time. I am thankful that I have running water at my disposal, a big diversity of different people, awesome yummy food of all kinds accessible at all hours of the day, and other great stuff like that.
I am thankful for my brother, Phillip. We're two years apart and pretty much BFF. He is a wonderful, wonderful guy and I am very thankful to have had a big brother who protects me, encourages me, and loves me even when I'm being a brat. I love you, Phillip Stewart!
I am thankful for DBU. It is a great place and I have known that since I visited in 2008. It is full of wonderful, beautiful, amazing, Godly people whom I love! Everyone is so helpful and encouraging and I know in my heart that if anything were to happen I would be in good hands here in my new home on the Hill! The DBU student, with exceptions of course, is beautiful, genuine, godly, and musical. I love it :)