Tomorrow we here in America will be voting for president of the United States, along with many other political offices both national and local. For most of us, we are sick and tired of all the negative campaigning that's been taking place, and all we want is a place to escape.

Besides all the personal attacks, we have to deal with worries about the economy, worries about finances, worries about health care, worries about the environment, worries about Iraq and Iran and Syria, worries about the troops in both Afghanistan and Iraq, on and on and on.

Well, I think it's time to take a breath. It's time to think of what we have to be grateful for on this earth, and in our lives. Because, no matter who gets elected on Tuesday, or who's leading most countries that elect their leaders through some kind of democratic process, and even some places that don't do it that way, there's a lot of things to be grateful for in our lives.

To that end, it's been awhile since I've posted something to help make us feel good about ourselves; enjoy this little clip on gratefulness, which I got from a guy named Willie Crawford: