Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Thankful Thoughts

Truly, this year, there is SO MUCH to be thankful for:



INTERNET ACCESS (without which I could never have created this blog and met all of you, my writer friends)

Thank you all for following . . . see you next week!

Have a great THANKSGIVING DAY (& weekend)! :)


Tess said...

Well said! Have a great holiday. I'll raise a glass to you from atop the Rocky Mountains :D

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Shannon O'Donnell said...

Yes! We all have so many blessings for which to be thankful.

Enjoy your holiday! :)

Shelli said...

ah - internet access - i second that!

Jackee said...

Those are my top reasons to be thankful too.

And speaking of thanks... thanks for finding my sleepy little blog. It's always awesome to meet other MG writers and blogging friends. Gotta love the internet!

Sharon Mayhew said...

I love how Thanksgiving makes us all stop and think about our blessings.

I third the internet....What we do without it? I don't know how I survived before it existed...

Crystal said...

Thanks for stopping by, Jackee! Nice to "meet" you, too! :)

Ah, yes, Sharon, how DID we live without the Internet? I know I went through high school & college without it & managed quite well (and actually, I think I really read a lot more without it). But now it's like, I CAN'T without it! So weird isn't it? It's almostlike a lifeline to the outside world.

beth said...

Love it! I did something similar...the end of the year is more when I think of thanks than Thanksgiving, ironically.