I’m fortunate this year that life has slowed down enough for me to give serious thought to what I’m thankful for:

– A house that’s filled with laughter.

– At 38, I still have the same job I dreamed about since I was seven.

– An amazing wife who knows all too well that this dream job isn’t always convenient, yet supports me nonetheless.

– Therapists and educators who are collaborating, cooperating, and doing everything they can to help my son lead as typical a life as possible.

– The excited cheers that greet me when I get home after a long day.

– The chance to live part of my life in a place as sublimely beautiful as the Pacific Northwest.

– Parents and a sister whose love and influence are always with me, even when they’re not.

– Living in an incredible time when everything seems possible and old friends are only a click away.

– The opportunity and privilege to serve this great country of ours.

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