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Being Thankful

Can't let Thanksgiving pass without at least a mention of it. It's one of my favorite holidays and I think part of that is because, although the food definitely gets a lot of attention, Thanksgiving is the one holiday that truly defies the rampant commercialism of our society and retains a lot of its original meaning. It's a simple holiday, one that is about being with the people you love, sharing good food and fun memories, and reminding yourselves of all that you have to be thankful for.
I want to just take a moment to share how truly grateful I am for the whole blogging experience and the readers who have made it so wonderful. Blogging, for me, has been a truly rewarding experience and that is because of the vast community of readers it has introduced me to. You all are wonderful.
Since it is still November, I also want to express my gratitude to everyone who has participated in Just Contemporary Month. It has been a really big thing for me, and it's been amazing to see all the wonderful Contemporary posts and love and meet some new people because of it. So if you have participated in Just Contemporary in any way, I thank you, most sincerely. Whether it's writing blog posts and reviews, commenting on the reviews of others or even just hitting that retweet button on Twitter, I thank you.
And to everyone, I wish you a most happy Thanksgiving, even if you aren't from the US. There's never a bad time to remember how much there is to be grateful for.