Thursday, November 22, 2007

Pause for Thankfulness

I figure that I will get fewer visitors here today, seeing most readers will be visiting their families today, as well it should be.

I have read some posts on other blogs from bloggers expressing their thankfulness. Here is some reasons I have for being thankful.

I am thankful for some of the Christian fellowship I've been having through the various blogs.

I am also thankful for those who drop me emails, which really lift my spirits.

I am thankful for all the friends I have picked up since early summer, as I ventured out into the blogosphere and discovered Liquid. Through her buddy list I picked up new friends, such as Pilgrim and Frasypoo, and from there business really picked up.

And a shout out to my newest friend, Valley Girl. You're welcome here any time.

But outside of the blogs, I am thankful for my family. We are expecting a houseful today.

To everybody: Have a happy Thanksgiving. And if you are out shopping tomorrow, I have one question. WHY??

6 comments:

Jessica said...

Happy Thanksgiving!! I too am thankful for all the resons you listed too. We are headed to my in-laws today with pumpkin pie in hand.

I read the sale flyers this morning and didn't see much that I couldn't live without.

Eats lots!! Jessica

Valley Girl said...

Happy Thanksgiving!!! I feel special...I got bold font, lol!!!

*hugs* Have a wonderful time with the fam! I am NOT shopping tomorrow. Deep discounts are not worth the headache for me. You can always shop online, right?

stacys1175 said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family

Pilgrim said...

Happy Thanksgiving Brother.

I may have to pick up milk tomorrow but other than that I won't be shopping. I have to work.

Incognito said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours Wixy!! Hope you had a wonderful time.

As for shopping... no way would I shop on black friday... but i will be doing some sightseeing.

Sindi said...

A Happy Thanksgiving to you also.

To answer your question "Why?". It is for the pure fun of trying to get that sale. You would not believe the rush you get when you see the doors open and are pushed all the way up to the doors. Last year me and a friend were almost thrown through a set of glass doors at Menards. I had taken my Mother with us and she is just this little thing, under 5 foot. A fight broke out and I am in between her and the whole crowd that was pushing us forward. There is a lot more I could tell you but I will leave it for another time. I may just write a blog about it. HE HE HE HE God Bless :)