On Thursday, November 22, the people of the United States will celebrate Thanksgiving. This national holiday is a time for us to spend time with family and friends. It’s a time for us to reflect on our many blessings. And, it’s a time for us to give thanks.
So, in that spirit, I want to thank you.
Whether you’re an American or not, I want to use the occasion of Thanksgiving to let you know I appreciate you for taking the time to read my posts. If it wasn’t for you, I would just be some crazy guy who talks to himself.
If you have enriched this blog site by joining the conversation, I thank you for commenting. If you have not commented on a post, I invite you to do so in the coming months. I really do value reader feedback, whether through comments here or private emails.
I also thank you for everything you do — through your work, volunteerism, and philanthropy — to make the world a better place.
Because Thanksgiving is a festive holiday, I’ll conclude this post with a bit of fun. Last year, I wrote “Most of What You Know about Thanksgiving is Wrong!” In that post, I debunk seven holiday myths and share some interesting tidbits about Thanksgiving. After you read it, you’ll be able to impress those at your Thanksgiving gathering.
Wherever you live, in the spirit of the holiday, I wish you a very Happy Thanksgiving!
That’s what Michael Rosen says… What do you say?