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Thanksgiving Day – 2011

Published: November 24, 2011 | Last Updated: November 27, 2013 By | 4 Replies Continue Reading

I hope you’re surrounded by the warmth of family and friends—near and far—and that you are thankful for the bounty at your table.

If you are alone, I hope that the day is relaxing and that you are thinking about what you have rather than what you don’t. Each day is a blessing.

I was touched by an article I read in Good on the topic of avoiding food waste on Thanksgiving and posted about it on Life Goes Strong. I hope you’ll take a look and leave a comment there if you have any other tips to share.

Thanks for visiting my blog on this fourth Thanksgiving, for posting your thoughts, for being so supportive and helpfu to others on the Forums, and for having the confidence in me and yourselves to share your problems and successes.

Warm regards, Irene



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  1. Anonymous says:

    Dear Irene, Thank you so much for your wonderful and enlightening blog and for all of your wisdom and understanding. Joy

  2. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for helping us all be better friends! Heaven knows, the world needs it.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Sunny, I second the emotion! My sentiments also!
    Thank you Irene, I didn’t know your blog was four years old. I’m so glad I found it. I’ve learned much here also, & w/’continue learning I’m sure.
    O.K., guys I’m for eat lot’s of turkey, tofurkey whatever you like, or if you don’t feel like it that’s all right also.

    Thank You,
    Gobble, gobble,

  4. Sunny says:

    I posted under “Rants and Raves” and “let us give thanks to Irene and her blog” but it did not show up. I suggested everyone post a thank you to Irene and maybe share how her blog and forums and graceful, kind words have helped. I’ve been helped on this blog by seeing that I’m not alone in what I feel and go through with my friends. And I’ve been helped by seeing some of myself in the stories people have told about friends who have not been all the best. I am thankful for being shown both that I’m not always “wrong” and that I am also not always necessarily “right.” I hope I can learn from this and be a better friend. Happy Thanksgiving to Irene and everyone on the Friendship Blog!

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