I hope that you enjoy your Thanksgiving holiday in whatever way you choose, mindful of those who make it all possible.
I know that I don’t have to tell any of you how blessed we are to live in this greatest country in human history. I also don’t have to remind you of the tremendous sacrifices made by the men and women who built this country, and made that possible.
As I enjoy our Thanksgiving feast today, in addition to being so very thankful for family, friends and good health, here are some of the things I will include in my prayer of gratitude today:
I am so very grateful to the American people for showing up on November 8 to rescue our country from the forces of socialism and lawlessness that had been sending us down the road to ruin for nearly 8 years. It’s obvious that I’m not the only one who has noticed that we are on the verge of making things right. From Bloomberg:
The consumer expectations index of the survey rose by 8.4 points from October to 85.2 — a one-month gain last exceeded in the December 2011 — a testament to households’ optimistic view on the outlook for the U.S. economy and their own pocketbooks. (emphasis mine) Also from Bloomberg; I guess we can call it the “Trump rally.”
I am grateful for the men and women of the U.S. military, past and present, whose courage and sacrifice have made it possible for us to continue to live in freedom. May God bless and protect those currently serving all over the world to ensure our safety, security and freedom.
I am also so very grateful for all of you, not only for reading my scribbling, but also for sharing my posts, commenting, and sharing them, and spreading the word about The Teri O’Brien Show. It means more than I can say.
So, as we go forward, more optimistic than we have been in years, looking forward to throwing off the shackles of the Obama Regime and doing what Americans do best–working, innovating, striving, and growing–I look very forward to sharing our country’s revival with all of you.