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Posted By Jim On 11/23/2006 @ 8:00 am In Personal Finance | No Comments
This will be the second Thanksgiving that this blog has seen and once again we’ll be hosting it our home, my fiancée’s parents, sister, uncle, and grandmother will be meeting up with my parents, my sister, and my cousin to feast on an 18 lb. turkey and a little hammy ham (plus all the other little extras). Once again, I am thankful that another year has gone by, everyone has by and large remained pretty healthy, just a tad bit more wealthy, and maybe taken another step along that wise route (no guarantees); I wanted to wish you and yours a happy Thanksgiving weekend of feasting and general merriment.
For those of you who have been reading since the last Thanksgiving, I wanted to thank you as well, I’m glad I didn’t write anything too incendiary  to make you quit reading! In this past year I’ve seen a lot of new blogs show up and many of them are quite good (I won’t list them out because I don’t want to offend anyone by leaving someone out) and picked up a few frequent commenters (again, I won’t list them out but those of you who are regular know who you are since I’ll email you after a particularly poignant comment) that I really enjoy having around. For all those times I was wrong, thank you for correcting me.
Last but not least, I wanted to thank my parents (my mom actually reads this blog now, which may or may not be a good thing) and my fiancée for supporting me both now and in the past.
Have a happy turkey day and don’t eat too much!
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