Wednesday, November 26, 2008

for your kindness...

Thankful. Thankful. Thankful. I've already thankful-ed it up over at Close to Home but now as I ready our family for this Thanksgiving weekend, I wanted to specifically say a special thanks to those of you who visit me here, where random thoughts mix with favorite photos and my eclectic taste in music. The talented and beautiful Ser, over at Just Another Mama Blog, recently posted about her own appreciation for being able to interact and share her every day experiences with those old friends and new on-line acquaintances she would rather get together with over coffee (and later, wine) but cannot due to the miles that separate them. I echo those sentiments and often marvel at how the very same technology which can suck us into ourselves if we are not constantly aware of that danger and vigilant in our dedication to stay connected, promoting community over individualism, can unite the otherwise un-unitable.

So to those who've traveled alongside me for years now, and you know who you are, holding my hand (sometimes literally) though the births and deaths I've reveled in and endured throughout my life thus far, and to those I've had the privilege of "meeting" through the process of blogging, whose faith, honesty and wit have earned my deep respect and admiration, I'll have you know that I am braver and wiser and filled to capacity with gratitude because our paths have crossed. Let us keep on, then, spreading love, belief and friendship willy-nilly all over the place.


Kelleylynn said...

AND Thank you, dear friend!

10,000 maniacs! They are from a town, Jamestown, just 1 hour away from my hometown, Angola. Grew up hearing them before they hit mainstream...
How could I not love you now? Even more so! :)

Fr. Christian Mathis said...

I want to thank you for so many gifts you gave with love and tenderness,
I wanna thank you
I want to thank you for your generosity, the love and the honesty that you gave me
I want to thank you, show my gratitude, my love and my respect for you,
I wanna thank you

Have a great holiday Molly!