On Thanksgiving 2018

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The most important decision each person makes in live is the choices they make of the people around them.

No matter the age – as children, teens, young adults, adults, and elders – the importance of the choices is the same.

No matter the place – work, school, neighbors, organizations, and more – the importance of the choices is the same.

No matter our choice of hobbies – dance, photography, travel, bicycling, knitting, blogging, or more – the importance of the choices is the same.

For Thanksgiving 2018, I am thankful for all the good people who have been around me all my years – my hometown, college, neighbors, work, church, conferences, dance, vacations, family, and many more – and that includes the good people in blogging.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Returning this weekend for Act 2 of Pronouns 2: The Musical featuring songs with Mine in the title. Curtain goes up at 1:00 AM (Eastern US).

53 thoughts on “On Thanksgiving 2018

  1. I agree with you on choices being what we all share–and then the consequences are addressed by all as well. I am hopeful for the future, even if not very optimistic. Happy Thanksgiving! I, too, am thankful for family and friends, including blogging friends.

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  2. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving. I love the message in this post. Truly, the people around us can shape our lives for better or worse. We must always choose the better, even when it seems difficult.
    Have a great day!


  3. Beautiful song. Well done, Frank. We Wheelers had a delayed Thanksgiving yesterday, reason being that wife Mollie fell a week ago and suffered a “mile to moderate” compression fracture to a vertebra. She is now recovering and ambulatory. It’s times like this that the sentiments you express here are most meaningful. — Jim

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    • Jim,
      Sorry to hear the news, but wishing Mollie nothing but the best for a continuing recovery. Best wishes also to you during these trying times. Thanks for taking the time to fill me in because I’ve been wondering about you.


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