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Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving!

I've been busy getting ready to host 15 people at my house, and I don't have a food-related post for today, but as someone greater than myself once said, "Man does not live on bread alone." I wanted to send a note to let you know what I am grateful for. First, I am grateful for your readership. Thanks for following along, stopping by, commenting, and staying touch.

I am also thankful for my health, my wife and children, my family, my job, the United States of America, and the wonderful opportunities we have. I'm thankful for my friends, and all the books that have been written, including Dr. Christine Carter's recent one "Raising Happiness." I'll have more on the book in later posts, but for now I want to leave with a quote from it:

"As an irrigator guides water to his fields, as an archer aims an arrow, as a carpenter carves wood, the wise shape their lives."--Buddha

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