Thursday, November 28, 2013

Happy Thanksgiving!


Thanksgiving Day is usually filled with family and food.  There are many LGBT out there who are without their families because of the hate and bigotry that exists in this world.  I hope those who cannot be with their families, for whatever reasons, have wonderful friends with whom to share this day of Thanksgiving, and I hope they feel the love that I send their way.

I wanted this post to be about all that I am thankful for this year.  In many ways, it's been a hard year, but things have been brightening in the last few weeks.  With my birthday, (it's this Saturday), I will begin a new year of my life with hope and promise for a wonderful future.  I am so thankful for my family.  They may drive me crazy at times, but I love them and they love me.  I am thankful for the love and companionship provided by HRH, my beautiful and loving cat.  I am thankful for the wonderful people with whom I have the pleasure to work.  I'm even thankful for my students, because without them, how could I teach.  I am thankful to be alive and in a happy point in my life.  Most of all, I am thankful for my many friends in my life.  Some of them are people I've never met in person, but have formed a connection with through my blog.  For them, I want to say, you are as important to me and as loved by me as if you were a friend I saw everyday.  I love you all!  Thank you for being my friends.

7 comments:

MAC said...

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!! XOXO MAC

silvereagle said...

And THANK YOU for this post each day!!!

iama{GAY}tekeeper said...

HAPPY TURKEY DAY!...GOBBLE, GOBBLE :-)

Amanda said...

Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy your day and thank you for your blog. *hugs*

Spicy_D69 said...

Happy Thanksgiving ;)

Jay M. said...

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!

Love you, too, CP!

Peace <3
Jay

David Jeffreys said...

I am thankful for being able to call you my friend, as I have learned so much from you these past few years, back to the time when you were wondering what to call this blog! You sure got the "professor" part right!

David