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What are you thankful for this holiday season??
jselleck posted:
I'm thankful for my wonder fantastic husband Matt, that we're both healthy, and my bipolar is getting better. Or at least more under control for a change. I'm also thankful that my dear father has been in remission from his lymphoma for a year and seems to be doing great. I'm also thankful that my wonderful grandfather who bought me my first bike and always made sure that it was in good shape while doing other fix it things for both me and my parents is celebrating is his 88th birthday on the 30th. I love you Grandpa!!! I'm also thankful that my grandmother is doing well and the dialysis seems to working even though it tires her out. I'm even thankful for my crazy little sister Sarah. Even though you drive me crazy bits, you'll always be my sister. I love you too!! And while I'm away from you this holiday season, you're always in my heart and you're only a phone call away. I love you all!!!!

bpcookie responded:
My husband, my daughter, my dog, my dad, my sister and my friends on WebMD

I'm thankful that I have a roof over my head and food to eat.
You may go through life hearing a 1000 NO's but don't give up because your YES is out there waiting for you.- (Something my father told me.)
slik_kitty responded:
money for christmas!!!!!!

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