Sunday, November 28, 2010

Thank You

I hope everyone had a nice Thanksgiving and ate more than they should have. To all of my international readers, Hello Great Britain and Philippines!, the Thanksgiving tradition is one that you should seriously consider adopting. Where else can you get cooking, feasting and shopping done all in a single day?

The stores used to be closed for the holiday, now most are open for the entire day. I'm happy to announce that I didn't shop at all. I am involved in an ongoing game of Rummy with Sister and she is leading slightly by 125 points. I think the score is 1675 to 1535, we were having so much fun that we kept on playing when we hit the 500, 1000 and 1500 point marks.

I wanted to say thank you to everyone that thought of me during the recent loss of my cat, Junior. I received several nice emails and many kind comments were left. Believe me when I say they were greatly appreciated.

I've enjoyed reading many different blogs over the last 2.5 years and have become friends with folks all over the world. Thank you for your kindness.

I hope to be posting regularly again, soon.

G.

4 comments:

Marina said...

I was happy to visit your blog. Can I share with you some inspirational quotes.

CHERISH YOUR VISIONS AND YOUR DREAMS AS THEY ARE THE CHILDREN OF YOUR SOUL; THE BLUE-PRINTS OF YOUR ULTIMATE ACHIEVEMENTS.

Nora said...

I'd be more than happy to adopt the Thanksgiving tradition into the Netherlands.

Da Old Man said...

Just wanted to say Hi.

I appreciated all you did for me while I was in the hospital and rehab.

Truly sorry to read about your cat. My dog passed 16 years ago, and I still miss him. It's tough when we lose a best friend.

MAFW said...

Marina- Thanks for stopping by and I appreciate the kind words.

Nora- If I ever make it back to the Netherlands, we'll have us a big turkey dinner!

Da Old Man- Im so glad you're home. You've got a lot of catching up to do. Check my archives for the story about the UPS Man called What I did for brown. It might just make you crap your pants!

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