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Happy Thanksgiving!

November 28, 2013

I would like to take a moment to express my thanks to my readers who have and continue to make this blog an amazingly successful adventure.

Today, enjoy time with your family celebrating this holiday however your family tradition dictates. For some this will mean turkey and dressing, for others it may be a brisket smoked overnight. Many will play a game of football in the front yard, watch a ball game on television, or share their blessings with others as they are gathered together.

Today, this post is yours! As I have shared my thoughts over this year with you on this blog, I would love for you to take a moment and share something you are thankful for today or a family tradition with us. So, take a moment or two and share with us!

Many blessings to you and yours in this season and beyond!

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2 Comments
  1. Monica permalink

    I’m ever so thankful for my family and friends and some renewed relationships that God has blessed me with.

    • Thank you for posting a reply! I am also blessed with family & friends, new, old, and rekindled!

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