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  Thankful. In the United States, yesterday was Thanksgiving, a holiday where people spend time with family and friends and remember…

Photo courtesy of Sara Rosso

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Photo courtesy of Sara Rosso

Thankful. In the United States, yesterday was Thanksgiving, a holiday where people spend time with family and friends and remember the things they’re thankful for.

I think the idea of being thankful and reflecting back on good things in your life is something that naturally happens towards the end of a calendar year. This year, I’m really thankful for my good health, which affects everything and everyone else in my life! These legs and feet take me everywhere I need to go! 

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I can’t wait to see what you come up with!

- Sara Rosso

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633 Comments

  1. I have heard that thankfulness is actually good for your health. Who knew!
     
    And what a fantastic – and difficult – topic this week. Thanks Sara! It would be possible to post hundreds and hundreds of images of family, friends, milestone celebrations and every beautiful moment ever clicked. There are just so many reasons to be thankful. However, here’s a small moment which evokes gratefulness, too. Enjoy!
    http://wp.me/p1hfki-2KZ

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