Thursday, November 27, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving to all of my readers - including Turkeys!

My interpretation of Thanksgiving has nothing to do with Pilgrims and myths.

 Instead I choose to make this a day of thanksgiving (not because of the myths and vague history) but because we ALL have something to be thankful for.

I set aside this day to be thankful, and to remember all of my personal blessings, which seems more appropriate.

I'm thankful for my wonderful family, and I'm thankful that people read my column and other articles that appear in this blog.

 I'm thankful to have a blog. I didn't know what I was missing all that time! I started this blog in July, but it seems like just yesterday.

Peace to All!

4 comments:

Kym said...

I hope your Thanksgiving dinner was delicious and your family time was wonderful.

Chris Mark said...

Happy Thanksgiving to all of my readers! Wishing you a joyful and grateful day filled with love and delicious food. Also, if you ever need assistance, feel free to reach out. I know many students often search for reliable sources to do my assignment for me. Stay blessed and enjoy this festive season

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