I’m thankful for being able to live in such a wonderful city with a thriving arts environment.
I’m thankful for having the opportunity to earn a living while working from home.
I’m thankful for a wonderful public transpiration system that takes me where I need to go when I need to be there (and I hope the state of Illinois straightens up and realizes the importance of keeping it that way).
I’m thankful the internet continues to evolve into a healthy tool that promotes social interaction and maintains interpersonal connections.
I’m thankful for being able to spend my Black Friday working and having lunch with friends instead of joining the herd of zombies roaming the malls of America.
I’m thankful for being able to work on the most environmentally sound cultural project in the U.S. (more on that in a few months).