It’s been an anxious year for many of us. But this is a week we should be counting our blessings and thinking about the things we’re thankful for.
For me, I’m thankful on a personal level for the health of my family and loved ones. I’m thankful for the times we’ve been able to spend together this year.
And whether it was the outcome you wanted or not, I’m thankful a combative election season is almost behind us and hopefully we can start concentrating on the future.
From a driver’s perspective… and this is a big one for me…I’m more than thankful the causeway project between Leland and Wilmington is finally finished.
After a couple of weeks, I’m still almost giddy as I drive to and from work each day.
Also, I’m thankful that you have allowed us into your homes as much as you do. We never want to take for granted your engagement with our team whether it’s on TV, your computer or on your phone or tablet. We really appreciate the confidence you place in us as we work to serve this community.
That’s my turn. Now it’s your turn. To comment on this segment, or anything else, email me at email@example.com.
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Emailed comments from viewers:
God, and his blessings. After losing my mother in December 2014, I have come to realize how important family gatherings are and we all need to get closer to God and set examples for others. Helping elderly seems to be on my heart more than ever. Please check on elderly or widowed neighbors to make sure they are not alone during the holidays, or just share a meal or conversation with them. Happy Thanksgiving and Merry Christmas.