Happy thanksgiving to you as well. Just wanted to also remind everyone who does celebrate, remember today is a day to be grateful for all we have. Many people out there don't have all they need, and would love to be where we are. Be grateful for the roof over your head, the food on your table, your family and friends, and the very breathe you get to breath. Give all glory to God, for he made it all possible.
I will be also giving thanks for these forums on Medhelp. Without these forums I never would have thought of Lyme disease as a possibility. Who knows soon I maybe grateful for true answers. Praying for you all always. May God be with ya and keep those traveling safe,
May you all be Blessed with the Gift of giving and receiving Thanks
Every Day of the Year.
In Appreciation and Gratitude of what Nature, God and the Universe provide, we offer our Thanks.
In giving the opportunity to others to experience this as well, we accept their thanks, for any of our contributions in helping our Brothers and Sisters
in this world.
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