Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving!

As we begin this long-awaited 2008 holiday season, I’d like to wish you all a blessed and fulfilling Thanksgiving Day!

Thanksgiving is just as it states (only backwards LOL), “giving thanks.” It is a time to appreciate all the blessings in our lives. I personally give thanks to my wonderful family, my town, and the friends I have made over my lifetime, which includes all of you!

Since I began this journey into the literary world, I have met the most incredible, interesting, and helpful people—you. Thank you for creating me, molding me, and inspiring me. You are why I am here now.

I would love to hear what you are all thankful for this year and always. Please share your thoughts with me and others (comments below). Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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Patricia Rockwell said...

I am thankful to be starting my new life as a retired person with my husband in a new part of the country. It's exciting. I am thankful for the new friends (such as you) I have met from my new blogging hobby.

Chelle Cordero said...

I give thanks every day for my husband, kids and cats - but on thanksgiving I try to think of ALL the ways I am blessed.

This year I give thanks for making it into the published world and having met fellow writers who are absolutely incredible beautiful people.


Carol said...

Congratulations on your retirement! It can be scary at first but great after all! I'm 8 years retired and loving it! We too moved to a new state and are VERY happy and VERY thankful today and always!

And Chelle, we are all blessed to be able to write what we feel and especially to be "published." A goal few are able to reach!

Best to you, thanks for your great comments!

Pamela K. Kinney said...

I give thanks for my talent of writing and being published. I feel blessed.
And for my super fiends, my loving husband, my son, ans my two cats.

Kim Richards said...

I'm thankful for the most incredible year of my life. I'm still waiting to wake up from it all! I got to spend six weeks in Germany, got married and have had more works accepted than ever before. I lost my 21 year old nephew which has renewed my appreciation for my own sons.

I lost my elderly kitty, Shemay but I'm thankful for the companionship he gave me. I couldn't live without that and so had to get another cat. Isis is a joy and I'm thankful for her too.

When life gets bad, hang does get better. I'm living proof!

Carol said...

Thank you for sharing your wonderful lives!