I am grateful for knowing how to make great spaghetti sauce. I'm not bragging but I am; my mother taught me how to make spaghetti sauce when I was like nine years old and I've always felt something is special about knowing how to throw spices together to make a delicious flavor.
I'm grateful for cold cereal; Lucky Charms to be specific. Those nights when I'm hungry but don't want to cook; cold cereal is my fall back plan. Joe loves cold cereal too! There have been weeks when we've had cold cereal for dinner at least four times. . . See, we don't always cook!
I'm grateful for Tandoori Oven! Only the best Indian restaurant in Logan Utah! Now it's becoming a more special place. Once a month my Sister and her husband meet Joe and me at the Logan temple. We attend a temple session and then we go to dinner at Tandoori Oven!
I am also grateful for Jill's spaghetti sauce. It has several spices you would never expect to find there, but that is what makes it so good. In fact, I don't think I have ever had a better red sauce.
I am grateful for our washer and dryer, and a wife who doesn't mind using them. The first house we looked at buying did not have them, or even a place to hook them up, which made me realize just how nice they are. Jill always spoils me with clean, freshly folded clothes.
I am grateful for a vehicle that gets at least 30 miles per gallon. Every time I get frustrated with gas milage, I think about getting out and pushing the car for thirty miles. That's when I realize that perhaps our car is doing just fine.