Today's Thanksgiving Day and I'd like to take a minute to celebrate this wondefully non-denominational and non-commercial (well, except for having to buy a turkey!) holiday.
I have a lot to be thankful for. I'm thankful for my family - my wonderful and loving wife Tiffany (who's very pregnant now with our second child) and my demanding but cute little daughter Maddy.
I'm thankful for having loving and supportive parents. I'm thankful that my father is recovering well from a mild stroke earlier this year. It was a scary moment for us and it reminded me of how important family and friends are. (if you have a minute, please read this: Stroke Symptoms: Knowing These May Help Save Your Life)
I'm grateful for our troops. I know that the war in Iraq is unpopular, but whatever your political beliefs, I hope you'll be able to take a moment and separate the warriors from the war and recognize their service and sacrifice.
I'm thankful for Neatorama's authors, who help me enjoy reading this blog as much as I like writing for it. And lastly, I'd like to thank you, dear reader, for visiting this blog. Watching Neatorama grow continues
to be a joy for me - I hope you'll continue to visit.
Happy Turkey Day! (And what are you thankful for?)