I'm also thankful that the replacement pump works and that my husband was able to install it and my daughter can take my car to school today instead of me having to drive her in the company truck. (She's not insured to drive the truck.) My husband is thankful that Nissan's fuel pumps are located under the back seat instead of where ever Chevy puts theirs. I'm not sure where Chevy places their fuel pumps, but I know replacing them involves a full day in the garage with the vehicle completely torn apart, lots and lots of curse words from my husband and bloody knuckles. The Nissan's fuel pump replacement took about an hour and a half and no Bandaids were required. Thank you Nissan!
But that was yesterday.
Today, I'm thankful for a wonderful mother-in-law who wishes to remain anonymous and a terrific brother-in-law who makes my sister very happy.