5 thoughts on “Thanks-giving

  1. Darci says:

    I to am thankful for your blog! It is a way to keep you, Sean and the Fantastic Mr. E close to us even though we are far apart in distance. And I’d be remiss if I didn’t say how thankful I am for your wonderful brother who just happens to be my loving husband and friend too!

  2. Lindsay says:

    getting choked up reading this. how wonderful that the 4/5 kids were able to recognize more ‘worthwhile’ and meaningful things to be grateful for rather than just toys. Hopefully it’s just an age thing…

  3. diblog says:

    Thank you, lovely people. Lindsay, I know what you mean. Actually, there were a couple Gr. 2s, once I read their booklets (about being thankful), some of them thought of a dozen or more things, like “my brother”, “the Earth”, “being alive”, and such. THAT was cool.

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