My sister, Deb, hosted Thanksgiving this year and as you might expect, it was even more special than usual. A lovely table, a perfect bird, joking in the kitchen with family as we piled plates high with favorite foods; there were plenty of “Hallmark moments” in a day made all the more meaningful by my beloved aunt and uncle being there to share it. That day and every day I give thanks for the family, friends, colleagues and caregivers in my life whose support on this journey continue to mean so much to me. I hope your holiday was filled with the joy of the season as well.
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So glad you are doing well. Yes, Thanksgiving and everyday takes on a new meaning.
So glad your Thanksgiving was special in every way. Each day is such a precious gift, and I often forget that amidst the demands of work and home. Thank you for a reminder to stop and enjoy the day.
I am thankful for you!
You may see someone who would benefit from a new program from the Buddhist-oriented Shambahla: “Janet Bronstein and Nancy Blanton are leading a six-week meditation program for cancer survivors and their families at the UAB Cancer Center.” More info would be available at
or I can find out more. Janet is a professor in the School of Public Health, Health Care Organization and Policy. The Shambhala meditation instruction is splendid.
I love your post. You looked FAB in church Sunday. What an inspiration you are!! See you soon! Beth
That is one stuffed bird!!
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