Q. Would the people who live nearest to you characterize you as a complaining person or a thankful person?
L: They characterize me as a thankful person.
M: They would consider me a thankful person.
C: People that live nearest to me characterize me as a thankful person because I count my blessings.
Q. When was the last time you sat down to literally count your blessings?
L: I probably never count my blessings.
M: I never really have sat down to count my blessings.
Q. When was the last time you spent time grumbling, moaning and complaining about life?
L: Probably last night.
M: I probably did last night to let out frustrations.
Q. When you look at your world, are you positive about everything that's going wrong?
L: Probably most of the time.
M: No, I look at the reality of the problem.
C: Not really.
Q. What are you most thankful for and why?
L: I'm thankful for my friends and family because they are here for me through my ups and downs.
M: My friends, they keep me safe and happy.
C: I am very thankful for my family and friends. I enjoy spending time with my family and my friend Elias.
Q. Do you think Thanksgiving is overrated and why?
L: No it's when I get together with my family and talk about stuff.
M: Low key.
C: Thanksgiving isn't overrated. Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks and enjoy what you have.
Q. How do you feel about Thanksgiving?
L: It's amazing.
M: I mean I like the food.
C: I love Thanksgiving, I like eating and spending time with friends and family.
Q. What's your favorite part about Thanksgiving why?
L: Being with family and friends.
M: Laughing with my friends and their families.
C: My favorite part is the food. Eating Turkey, pie, and ham is the best.
Q. Do you celebrate Friendsgiving?
Q. How often do you eat after the main meal?
C: Every two hours.
Q. Do you think you earned your blessings?
C: Not really.