TBD on Ning

· Created by Judy Wright
“A place to give thanks and share your thoughts with others.”
Many of you know I don’t write much unless it’s something I feel might need or deserve levity, correction or if it’s something I feel very deeply about. This is the later.
About a year ago a special Lady felt we should have a place to share our thanks for the upcoming Holidays. After our move and because of the quirks of TBD ning this thread ended up as a group. I have always felt it would be better as a front-page discussion. Remember how hard we worked to get to One Thousand pages before we moved?
Well since the holidays are upon us again, Dottie and I wanted to recognize this lady. We felt what better way than to try and replicate her post and bring it out in the open. She has no idea we are doing this and we hope she doesn’t mind.
Dottie and I just want to thank Judy and bring this thread to the fore.
We hope you will all take some time to give thanks and perhaps thank Judy at the same time. We also hope you don’t mind if you find it bumped back to the front we have no idea who might do that but we do hope it is more than one.


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I'm thankful Sandy's not allergic to peanut butter.
I am thankful for a very full and beautiful life.
I'm thankful that my grandkids have a mom and a dad at home with them. I'm especially thankful that they all live less than a half hour from me.

I'm also thankful for all of you, you're a bonus, you're the icing on the cake.
Very,Very Thankful
I'm also thankful I won't have to eat Pru's grandma's tomato soup jello salad, and pretend to like it.
Larry, It's not really that bad. Unless she forgets to pit the olives, then it is a little rough going down.
I am thankful I stopped eating short of feeling like Penny's cat. (but just barely!)
I am thankful that Di and I got to see my Grandmother whom, although confined, is still sharp as a tack in her 80's and thankful also that my Father is recovering nicely from his surgery, albeit smaller and a little lighter than before. Not bad for 65. To still have them both going into my mid forties is truly a blessing and as long as they are both still around I shall continue to let them know that I love them both.
I second That. Thank You Judy
I am thankful for Judy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I am thankful for leftovers.




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