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A Confused Kind of Gratitude

Today is Thanksgiving Monday, a day off, and I'm here in the United States where it's Columbus day, a day off. I've been sitting here thinking about what to write today as I've been thinking about Thanksgiving and living a life of more intentional gratitude. But then, I keep getting struck about how hard this is for me, not because of something inherent in my personality, but because of my life with a disability.
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