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Thursday, November 24, 2005

a href=" title="external link"> HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

I hope everyone enjoys a wonderful Thanksgiving with family and friends that mean so much to you. This is a day for giving thanks for all we are blessed with in our lives. Take this opportunity to tell those around you that they are in your heart, and in your thoughts, even if the time together is brief.
Although we all face our own problems, and we all have burdens to bear, we must not forget that there are many reasons to be grateful for our blessing in life.
No matter your religion, or your beliefs, this is a day of reflection. Celebrate in the way that matters most to you and yours.
Just don't forget, to include in your thoughts today, the ones who are less fortunate, the ones who have endured fewer blessings, and vow to do what you can to create better lives and more blessings for everyone.
I recieved a heart wrenching reminder, from a good friend, of all I have to be thankful for, and a reason to remember those who have suffered, yet endure. I have created a link to this message, so you and your family can feel especially blessed this Holiday, and remember to say a prayer for those who have endured a living nightmare in New Orleans. Simply click on the last "Link" note at the bottom of this posting.
To the good soul who sent this to me, I thank you, and I admire your efforts to keep others in our thoughts and prayers.
To all of us: Be good in your heart, and gentle in your ways.
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone.
Laura

Dalai Lama wisdom: "Approach love and cooking with reckless abandon."

3 Comments:

  • Unfortunately, New Albany has recieved another black eye, as reported on the news this afternoon.
    Police Officer Charles Miller was arrested Thursday night for drunk driving.
    He was driving his personal vehicle, and was jailed, but was released this morning.
    We're thankful that he, nor anyone else was injured as a result of his impaired judgement.
    The news reported that he will face charges of conduct unbecomming of an officer.
    A sad event on a day of thanks.

    By Blogger East Ender, at 4:08 PM, November 25, 2005  

  • a very nice downtown celebration today, Garner is looking good for re-election

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:34 PM, November 25, 2005  

  • IN YOUR DREAMS -- WHAT A NIGHTMARE FOR TAXPAYERS. HAD SUCH HIGH HOPES... don't they have a song called that "HIGH HOPES"?

    A lot of talk on the streets today about Mr. Blevins... Like the Eagles say "everybody's talking".

    Glad you think so highly of someone I can't see has done ANYTHING for the citizens. He's even screwed the books up.

    When will we find someone who can DO THE JOB, without looking for the glory and the greed? Isn't that the question. Our opinion.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:42 AM, November 26, 2005  

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