Gratitude on Thanksgiving Day

It’s good to have a day to remember the good in life. And, it’s even better when that day is a public holiday. As usual, we’ll be spending the day at the home of some dear friends who happen to be phenomenal cooks and generous hosts. In addition, they have a talent for gathering a congenial group around their table. As a result, we have a great deal to look forward to and be thankful for today.

Before heading downtown to eat, drink and make merry, I wanted to take a moment to thank all of the wonderful folks who read this blog from time to time. For those of you who have left comments or sent me e-mails about my posts — I give you my heartiest thanks. A big reason for this blog was that I wanted to be part of the larger conversation that’s going on about knowledge management, social media, law firms and life. Your comments help move that conversation forward in very interesting and rewarding directions. For those of you who have told me you read my blog, but haven’t yet left a comment, please accept my thanks and my invitation to you to join the conversation. Jump right in — the water is fine.

Have a great Thanksgiving!

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3 thoughts on “Gratitude on Thanksgiving Day

  • November 27, 2008 at 9:40 pm
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    happy thanksgiving!

  • November 28, 2008 at 1:54 am
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    Mary, I have read this for a while but have not previously left a comment. I am thankful for things like this because it is getting increasingly challenging to navigate the sea of knowledge, and at times, it is so overwhelming I thought I lost my ability to learn. I learn somethings from this blog and am grateful. Happy Thanksgiving.

  • November 28, 2008 at 2:08 am
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    h –

    Thanks so much for leaving a comment. Please do jump in again if there’s a topic of particular interest to you or a point of view you think needs to be expressed. It’s through conversations like this that we all learn together.

    Best,
    Mary

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