It’s that time of year again to be thankful to those people who read my blog. To all of you who read my blog, thank you, thank you, thank you from the bottom of my heart. Thank you for your comments, thank you for taking the time to empathize with me when I’m having a really hard time dealing with life, thank you for just being you. My life would be a lot emptier without you readers.
Happy Thanksgiving Day. I hope it’s a good one.
Or, one more thing. I got a compliment today. I’m not used to compliments anymore, but this one was great. I walked toward the library and there was a very good-looking man with two black dogs standing watching me. I looked at him and thought “he’s great looking”. So I played with him a bit. I said, “Are you waiting for me” in a provocative way. He answered, “No, but I wish I was. You’re gorgeous!” I just had to put this in to remember it. It’s been a very long time since a man complimented me. It felt really good to have a man compliment me instead of degrade me. Oh, I did say “thank you” to him for the compliment.
To that former serviceman, I say “thank you” for you compliment. I’ve seen him before. I’ve seen him when he wasn’t looking so great with his two dogs. He’s a former Afghanistan veteran. And when I saw him about a year ago, he looked a little crazy. It’s nice to know he’s gotten healthier. I hope he stays healthy.
And while I’m at it, “Thank You” to all the servicemen and servicewomen who fought to keep America free. You all deserve acknowledgement from regular Americans.
Happy Thanksgiving to all wherever you are.
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Thanks for your hard work at keeping other TIs informed and inspired (that you refuse to tolerate this criminal terrorist shit).
Its just another day for me. Besides, a couple of my relatives here in Buffalo, NY have had a nice chat (smear campaign) from the police.
You “sound’ full of spirit and optimism, Neverending.
Hope you had a very happy thanksgiving.
Thank you. How did it go with the snow? I heard you got up to 7 feet of snow. It’s too bad that our families believe the s–t the police tell other people about us. They’ve known us all their lives but still believe all the lies about us. That’s one thing I’m full of “spirit”. It keeps me going. I’m never going to give up and I hope none of us targets do. Maybe some day this will come out and stop happening. I intend to be there the day that this disgusting things happening to us comes out in the open. Take care.
I’m sorry if my next statement is contraversial however it’s my belief.I believe that all servicemen and women/vietnam vets and all who died for their country are basically martyrs, as is EVERY other countries war veterans.
I agree they’re martyrs. That’s why I mentioned them in my blog. A lot of them discover the truth of what’s really happening after entering the military. And after coming home, they really wake up!