A Blogger’s Thanksgiving

Five years ago, I didn’t really “get” blogs.

Now, I have three of ’em, even though mostly, I hang about the Hall of Fame. And I’m ever so thankful for my blogs and the friends they’ve brought my way.

Friends who live miles from Georgia–yet I feel as connected to them as I do to friends who live down the street. Donna, Becky, Linda, Madeline, and Stacy, too. I read their blogs and expand my world, not just with writing tips and treasures, but with their wit and perseverance, their kindness and encouragement.

I love when my local buddies drop in, because life gets busy and I don’t get to spend nearly enough time to catch up with all their local happenings. Friends like Lisa, and Debra, Tanya and Cile, Vicky and Anita, too. When I see their comments, I zip over to visit their blogs, quick! And in just minutes, I’m reconnected, even if it’s virtually. That will have to do until we can grab a lunch or cup of tea together.

And I so enjoy when a new blogger joins into the conversation! Before long, I’ve made a new friend in the blogosphere (Hi Clara! Hi Arlene!). Oh! And I enjoy my followers who drop in every once in awhile, like an unexpected visit from that relative you love but never get to see often enough (Hi Karen! Hi Kelly!)

I know there are many folks who drop in here to the Hall of Fame and never make a peep. I appreciate you, too, because I know you took the time to read a few words, silly or serious.

I SO get blogs, now. Happy Thaknsgiving to you all!

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9 thoughts on “A Blogger’s Thanksgiving

  1. Right back at you, Cathy! I, too, am so grateful for all my writing friends, those both near and far. We might not be able to have a real cup of tea together, but we can share a virtual one (and maybe some cookies? Ooo, or maybe some little sandwiches? Or…)

  2. Cathy, I'm really late for the party! Thank you for the link love. I so enjoy your humor and your bloggy friendship too. I'm delighted to have found such a cozy home in Blogland! Happy Belated Thanksgiving, er, early Merry Christmas?

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