Being Thankful Is Simple

If you look hard enough, you'll see our three year old Wheaten Terrier, Fletcher, standing in front of the world's largest ball of twine. That's right. The world's largest ball of twine, located in Darwin, MN. He's thankful for many things, including (in addition to gigantic balls of twine), rawhides, scratches under the chin, anything lickable, Paul Bunyan sized tennis balls and the cash that funds his Pampered Pooch Playground obsession.

Thankfulness is simple. People (and dogs) are oftentimes the most thankful for what we consider to be the simple things in life. People are thankful for the simple things in life because of the people involved that make them simple. Thankfulness is a two-way street, and we should be on both sides equally as much. Be a giver and a receiver. If you are able travel back and forth on both sides, you'll find yourself the happiest.