shove food down the face hole
(one of my all time favey fave activities by the by),
and reflect upon all the things we have to be grateful for.
It’s more than just the turkey or the cranberries or the pumpkin pie.
Those are might fine things and bring great joy to my belly,
but they don’t sit center stage in my mind.
Thanksgiving can truly be celebrated everyday,
and maybe it should be in times such as these,
when war, famine, natural disasters, and more
seems to bombard our world from all side.
Maybe we should try our hardest to remember the
good in this world, even if it’s something as simple as a good book.
This year, I get to add a few new things to my list “thankful list.”
And I can sum them up neatly in five points.
I am thankful for:
1. Danny asking a few of us if we wanted to start a little book blog
and including me in that list.
2. Pushy saying yes.
3. Heather saying yes.
4. uhyesplease saying yes.
5. And most importantly YOU (yes you reading this) joining in.
As I look back on the year 2010,
I feel a great sense of joy and excitement
when I think of this little blog that has grown so much.
And I feel humbled and blessed to have been given the opportunity
to grow closer to four fantastic ladies and a readership
that is willing to follow us and partake in our madness.
To Danny, Heather, Pushy, and uhyesplease,
Thank you for your friendship.
Thank you for the pick me ups.
The silly comments.
And so much more.
I am proud to call you my friends.
To Our Readers (Lurkers and Commenters alike),
I say thank you for giving us your precious time.
Thank you for each time you have promoted us.
Laughed with us.
Sighed with us.
Disagreed with us.
I know I can speak for all of us Bookworms when I say:
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your support.
This is one hell of a community!
I wish you all a beautiful day.
Happy Thanksgiving to each and everyone of you.