I am not one to post the daily thankful status updates on Facebook. (For the record, this is not because I am NOT thankful, but because I want to save everyone the time of having to hide me from their news feed on Day 7 when I run out of big things to say and start posting the same things I've posted for three years.) However, I have been thinking about my blessings lately, and trying to focus on what I do have, not what I don't. It's difficult. I am blessed in several areas of my life, but in all honesty, sometimes not the ones I want to be blessed in. I have been striving to not compare myself to others and focus on what's good, but it is a challenge. Then today I ran across this little jewel on Pinterest: In all of the things I've read and sermons I've heard and conversations I have had, this one just drives it home for me. Because it's true. The grass is NOT always greener, and it would do us good to remember that.