With Thanksgiving fast approaching, I wanted to wish you all a great long weekend, however you celebrate (or don't celebrate). I hope it's warm, safe, as busy or as quiet as you want/need it to be and I hope it doesn't cause any additional pain. Take care of yourselves.
I also wanted to say thanks to all of you for everything you do here, day in and day out, reaching out for help and TO help.
P.S. Online or in person, will you be shopping this coming Black Friday?
You're braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think. ~Christopher Robin to Pooh
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Wish you could drive down and spend it with my family and me. You never know what is going to happen at my table on T day. But there is always plenty of laughter and burps and olives to go around.
Has it really been a year since you left? Whereever you may be, I give thanks for having been blessed to have known you the short while, you were in my life. Whereever your journey has led, I hope you have found Love, Laughter and adventure. Whenever I watch Winnie the Pooh, I still think of you.
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