Saturday, November 18, 2006

If the sun refused to shine, I would still be loving you

Thanks Giving.

For what are you thankful this year?


At 9:57 AM , Anonymous boo augustus said...

It wasn't genital warts afterall. Whew.

At 8:54 PM , Anonymous Sallyacious said...

The chance to rediscover the joy in my chosen art form. My gorgeous new nephew. Healthy family. All of them. The teaching opportunities of the past, present and future. The learning opportunities of same. A happy, healthy marriage. Good friends. Discovering the joy of new art forms. Intelligence. Health. Relative political equality.

At 9:34 PM , Anonymous boo augustus said...

Okay, seriously now . . .

my new niece, Berit Leigh is healthy, happy and here,

the election results on November 7th, 2006,

good job, comfortable home, good friends and family,

the vacation with the extended family in July (with no big arguments or fights, lol),

did I mention the shift of power in Congress?

At 12:08 AM , Blogger Kafaleni said...

I think Boo was trying to make a point, but I'm not sure what it was..

Things I am thankful for..

The next breath.. and the one after that.

My family (yet again...)

The coming summer

I'm happy that you're happy (you being you.. yes you.

At 9:11 AM , Blogger Leetie said...


At 7:41 AM , Anonymous johnd said...

Leetie, I though Orgasms would rank higher on the list.

I am thankful:
-that I am still in control of all my facilities.
-That my teenager has lived through another year, thus keeping my out of prison (for murder).
-That I still have a good paying job that puts a roof over our heads, lots of food on the table, and still some left over for toys.
-and that I still have a wife that is hopelessly in love with me despite myself.

At 11:11 AM , Blogger Higgy said...

I am thankful for:
1. My wife and son - the joy they bring into my life is immeasurable.
2. Our jobs - which enable our lifestyles AND allow us to work from home - thus spending more time with #1 above.
3. Our health and that of our families.
4. Lisa's family - having them in the area is amazingly supportive.

At 7:09 PM , Blogger cmrdin said...

Well, there is of course you Punky... other family and friends, a good job, finally having found a man who truly understands me and loves me anyhow ;-)... having life in me again after going through a very devastating 2005, oh yes and turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes...

At 3:23 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm thankful that pure human ingenuity made the can opener part of our world.

I just hate to think of all the wasted food stuck in those cans if that hadn't happened.



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