Truly we have much to be thankful for and I for one let too much slide by without acknowledging those blessings.
As I age I have come to think more about those who don’t get to spend the holidays with family.
This time of year we focus on Thanksgiving and Christmas but let’s not forget the other special days they spend away from sharing in family activities.
To the military and first responders…. Law enforcement…. Hospital staff… and many others pulling a shift…. To you and your family..
To all who read and post on Dawgs.Com…… self included….
Pause and give thanks……and...... Have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving ........
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It's a crisp 28 here in the Queen City this morning, overcast and dark. Just the way I like on Thanksgiving Day.
The older I get, the more I realize just how much I take for granted, even though each day I pray to not take things for granted. I wake up and go about my day-to-day activities somewhat oblivious to the fact that I won life's lottery by being born in this land, but particularly in the South.
We do have much for which to be grateful, each and every day.
Surely this day will be filled with family, old friends, food, football, drinks, cigars, good conversation, old stories, outdoor football games, etc., but let's take to heard YD1's admonition to "Pause and give thanks." Really take a moment today to reflect on how blessed we truly are.
To all my Dawg family here at dawgs.com, I wish you and yours a very Happy Thanksgiving full of great memories, great food, great conversation, and perhaps a little reflection on a full belly on just how fortunate we are, and Who provided this land of bounty to us.
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Everyday I wake up thankful.
Born and raised in Georgia and learned the way to behave from grand parents. All of them lived in the same small town. Aunt and Uncle too. Small town life was comfortable back then. Ride your bicycle anywhere in town, carefree. Middle class doing well.
Maybe some folks were talking politics but I never saw my home town divisive. Respect was common and folks got along just fine.
Everyday is another day in paradise.
And now we have dawgs.com to be thankful for bringing a few Dawg fans together. Like we all live in the same small town. Have a wonderful and fulfilling Thanksgiving my friends.
Oh yeah, Go Dawgs and send the nerds home empty handed.
Every good Dawg deserves a good bone.
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