This is the one day of the year that we can all think of at least one thing to be thankful for. From family and friends to good health and peace of mind, we can all rattle off the commonly named things to be thankful for. But this Thanksgiving, I’m taking a different approach and I’m thanking God for the confusion, tears, fears, and downright disappointments of the last year. I have grown so much in the last 12 months as a result of all the storms that have clouded my life. However, as I look ahead, I can see a rainbow and it’s beautiful. It represents so many things to me but most importantly, it reminds me that life is indeed about the everyday journeys , the pit stops and potholes along the way and not so much about the final destination. As this year quickly approaches an end, I am encouraged. I am looking forward to planting some wonderful seeds in the upcoming weeks and then I’ll be carefully watering them and making sure they get enough sunshine so that when spring arrives, my harvest will be “exceedingly and abundantly, more than I could ever hope, think or even imagine.” (Ephesians 3:20, paraphrased just a bit.) As always I will close with a question, what are you thankful for?