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Things you are thankful for…
Thursday, November 24th, 2011

For you Americans out there, Happy Thanksgiving! I just got home a little while ago. This week has been one health crisis after another. Tuesday, I drove dad to the pain management center for an injection into his back to help with his pain issues. He’s been miserable, but thankfully, the injection is giving him some relief. Last night, I had to stay at my daughter’s while she took her hubby to the emergency room after he got off of work at the prison. He has bronchitis and a viral infection of some sort.

All this got me to thinking that it’s a damn good thing we have family living close enough to help out. It hasn’t always been the case. So, today, I’m thankful that I’m healthy and that I’m here to help out the most important people in the world to me, my family.

What are you thankful for today? I don’t mind if you’re serious or funny. I’m just nosy. :)

I’ll be back later today when I get a moment by myself to make an announcement about Cowboy Lust! Enjoy that turkey coma! ~DD

7 comments to “Things you are thankful for…”

  1. hales
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      · November 24th, 2011 at 11:21 am · Link

    Hey DD, Happy Thanksgiving. I have a huge list of thanks :P I am thankful for so much. I’m thankful that my SVT is under control and I haven’t had an episode in two months now. I’m thankful for the most part that my brood of teens are so great. I’m thankful for my fiance’s family who’ve been like fam to me for fourteen years. I missed out on the family dynamic most of my life, it’s really great to be apart of his insane and funny family. We’ll have three generations of his fam here in our house today. I’m just so loved by family and friends incl all of you lovely cyber friends, publishers, editors, readers… I’m thankful that I got a new EDJ that will allow me to go to more conf’s! :-P



  2. Teresa Gabelman
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      · November 24th, 2011 at 11:24 am · Link

    Definitely thankful for my family, friends and health. Thankful I got up early enough to get the turkey in the oven so it’s ready to eat when everyone arrives. Oh, also thankful I remembered to take the plastic bag out of the turkey this year. Yeah, that was last years Thanksgiving nightmare. Hopefully no nightmares this year, but the day is still young. 8-O



  3. Lydia Nyx
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      · November 24th, 2011 at 11:25 am · Link

    I’m thankful for the opportunities my writing career has given me this year–places I’ve been, things I’ve seen, and people I’ve met. I’m grateful for my son, my health, and just to be here, really!

    Hope the health crises are over now for your family! Happy Thanksgiving!



  4. red headed hellion
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      · November 24th, 2011 at 7:44 pm · Link

    I am thankful for you momma! oh and my gals and hubby…lol



  5. Maggie
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      · November 24th, 2011 at 8:26 pm · Link

    Yes, a Happy Thanksgiving to my neighbours to the south. I hope everyone is enjoying their holiday.

    My list of thanks is too long. I do thank Delilah for creating the yahoo and critique groups for us. Mucho thanks, Delilah.



  6. Marika Weber
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      · November 24th, 2011 at 9:13 pm · Link

    I’m thankful for my hubby and my son. I’m thankful that I wake up every day. (Think about that) I’m thankful for a job that sometimes I won’t to quit but grateful that I have.

    Corny, I know but very true for me. :)



  7. Joyce Palmer
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      · November 25th, 2011 at 1:27 am · Link

    Thank you, Delilah, for reminding us to look at the positives. I’m very grateful to finally have a job after searching for two years. I am extremely grateful for the wonderful husband and son I’ve been gifted with. I’m thankful for my writing outlet, and for the wonderful people I’ve met virtually with similar interests. I’m thankful for my critique groups and partners. Hope everyone has had a wonderful holiday. Best wishes to you all.