Today is a day here in the States that we give thanks for what we have and the people in our lives. A time we gather around our table eating gravy-smothered turkey, stuffing, beats, and pumpkin pie. A time we gather around the television, screaming and cheering at the football game. A time we talk with those not seen often, catching up on lost time. A time we remember those who are special in ours lives, especially those no longer with us. No matter how Thanksgiving is spent, it is always with family and loved ones.
We all have something to be thankful for in our lives. For me, this blog has become something extra special to me, way more than I ever imagined when I first started in the summer of 2013. Now, I don’t know about you, but I am a horrible (great?) procrastinator. At any…
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