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Happy Thanksgiving!

Started by Pooh, November 26, 2013, 06:55:12 am

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Because I am having yet another procedure tomorrow (Raspberries!) and a full schedule for the next few days after, I wanted to take the time and wish everyone a very happy Thanksgiving!

I appreciate everyone here and although we all are going through similar issues, I have much to be thankful for.  That's what this holiday is about to me.  Not my worries, stresses or bad things, but a season to remember that no matter what, life is a blessing and is to be cherished. 

My wish for all of you is that you remember, no matter what life hands you, you are not defined by people or circumstances. 
We must let go of the life we have planned, so as to accept the one that is waiting for us. -
Joseph Campbell


I second all of that, Pooh. Sending love to and thanks for...all of you!  :D
Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible. Dalai Lama


Me three!  May this week contain moments of peace for everyone here, no matter what.
This too shall pass.  All is well.


Wow, you really know how to celebrate a holiday  :P  Thinking of you, Pooh.

Me four  :D I'm so thankful for this site, for all of you, and for the insight I've gained. I have so very many things for which to be grateful.
Respect ... is appreciation of the separateness of the other person, of the ways in which he or she is unique.
-- Annie Gottlieb