I'm grateful that I have a nice, conveniently located, apartment with housemates who don't drive me too crazy.
I'm grateful that I've found a variety of church communities that work for me in a number of ways.
I am so grateful for my amazing parents.
I'm grateful for my health (physical and mental/emotional).
... Yeah, I am clearly running out of steam in writing this up as it is past my bedtime.
BONUS: Waiting for the train home today (I had lunch at Perks with Jonah) I got chatting with this guy who was also waiting for the train, and we ended up talking off and on for ten minutes waiting for the train and then for the ~40-minute ride into South Station (we shared a 3-seater) and it was in no way sketch. He mentioned an ex-girlfriend and another time mentioned that he's not looking to date anyone, and I didn't feel like we particularly had anything in common so I didn't offer him my number for the next time he's in town, but dude, I don't have random male person encounters that aren't sketchtastic; this is exciting.
Wow, I feel like I should be heading back to work tomorrow since I've had two days off (I even did laundry tonight -- usually a Sunday activity). I also made pasta with mushrooms and pesto for dinner tonight. Go me and my occasionally eating something at home other than raisin bran and cinnamon raisin bagels with peanut butter. (I also made mashed potatoes and vegetables the other night.)
"just the first three panels of this comic = your christmas card this year??"
I would buy those. Seriously.
(In reading some of the other recent installments, I also enjoy the line "maybe i should get some curtains installed in this temple of shame" and this comic -- "also involved: issues of privilege, fairness, respect, and whether or not its appropriate to apologize when deciding not to give money to a stranger")