thankful // a list for 20167:00 AM
We've made it to my personal favorite holiday, what I like to call Pie Day.
Thanksgiving is...well, a time to be thankful.
So here, in no particular order: a list of things Aimee Meester is grateful for this year.
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Mah family. "But that's cliche, Aimee," you say. "Everyone says they're grateful for their family." To which I respond -- I. Don't. Care. Other peoples' families probably don't talk about Captain America: Civil War and how it relates to logic and politics, or scream about Star Trek, or give each other "points" for using big words. They're my ridiculous nerdy family and I love them.
Marvel. For being Marvel. For giving me Steve Rogers and Tony Stark and Matt Murdock and Frank Castle and all my other superhero faves.
FRENS. Seriously FRENS. They watch Falling Skies with me. They watch Daredevil AND Luke Cage AND Jessica Jones AND Firefly AND Stranger Things AND everything else and scream with me and talk about stories with me and share my emotions and laugh with me and cry with me and listen to me and I owe them a lot for that. I love every single one of y'all. You make me so happy, every single day, and I don't deserve you. (Seriously, why are you hanging out with me.)
The beach. My favorite place on earth. My gosh. I'm still not entirely convinced that it's real.
NaNoWriMo. Even though it's slaughtering me right now.
Music. Switchfoot. Twenty One Pilots. Bastille. Sia, a new fave. I've been drowning in good music this year (and yes, many musicals, too) and they've meant a lot.
My Lord and Savior. The biggest thank-you said for last. It's been a lighter year than last year. There's been darkness, and I didn't get through it on my own. I'm not getting through it on my own. Little by little I'm starting to let my broken bits and pieces fall into God's hands and that's made all the difference in 2016. I'm stubborn, but he's good and loving and little by little, I'm learning to get places and follow him.
Eat lots of pie and have a wonderful Thanksgiving, my American frens. (If you're not American, you can still be grateful. It's always a good day for that.)
what are you thankful for this year? tell me allll the positive things.