Being Grateful

Yesterday was Remeberance Day-- a formal time set aside to honour the people who put their lives at risk to allow the rest of us to enjoy the freedoms and rights that we have. Each day I am reminded of the wonderful life that we share here in Gillams, and of the amazing things that we experience. It was nice to have an official time set aside to give a few minutes of our time to pay our respect to our deserving soldiers, from now and then.
Our quality of life is so high that when Hiin-- for the first time, I might add, because he got caught in a chat and didn't hover over the stove as usual-- burnt the outer crust of the pizza. He cut it off...
...this got fed to the dog, and the rest of us enjoyed the chock-full-of-garlic cheese fingers...
...we live in such luxury.

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