Thursday, November 25, 2010


I would just like to wish all my friends in the blog world a happy and healthy Thanksgiving. As we spend the day with our loved ones, take a moment to think about all we have. We live in a country that is free. We have the choice to make our own decisions. We live in a place where our children are safe.

I know America is far from perfect, but it is our home and we should be thankful for our peace of mind. There is so much unrest in this turbulent world we live in.

As we pray before out meal, give an extra prayer for our brave men and women over seas in the military. Without them we wouldn't be at peace in our homes.

I would just like to let my friends out in the blogger world that I am very thankful for you! You have given me your laughter, tears, sympathy, and most of all your time and support. Without all of you my life would be far less meaningful. I am truly grateful.

On a lighter and more fun note, I know that all of you are waiting for my story and pics of Wizarding World and as soon as I find a usb chord that will fit my camera, I will post them. Yesterday was an unforgettable day for so many reasons and I can't wait to share it with all of you. I should have them up within the next few days.

Thank you all and HAPPY THANKSGIVING .....


  1. Happy Thanksgiving Michael! Can't wait to see the pics and hear about Wizarding World!

  2. Love the reminder about the military people. They often get forgotten.

    I hope you have a safe and wonderful thanksgiving!

  3. I forgot! Beautiful photo!!!!!!! Did you take it?

  4. Happy Thanksgiving, Michael! 90% of the world wishes they had what we blindly take for granted. Rats. A hospital in Beaumont, Texas just called and I have 20 units of platelets to bacterial sample at warp speed!

  5. Happy Thanksgiving, Michael! Hope you vaca is going well.

    I am on hiatus from blogging until NaNo aka November is over. I've left behind Marilyn Monroe to hand out kisses to all of my blogger friends.

    See ya in 6 days.


  6. Happy Thanksgiving. We Canadians had ours in October.

  7. Happy Thanksgiving to you too! It is an amazing community we have isn't it?! I can hardly wait to see those pictures...