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24 November 2011

Giving Thanks

in front of shakespeare and company in paris
I'm not very good at these types of posts so I am going to try to keep it brief. This Thanksgiving I am thankful for many things. Of course, my wonderful family. We've had some trying times this year but I love them to death and am so glad to have them in my life (even if they do drive me insane sometimes).

I am also thankful for my wonderful friends. Extra big hugs to frootjoos and kimberlybuggie, two wonderful bloggers and friends in real life. Besides just having books in common, these ladies are fantastic friends who never fail to make me laugh and who are always up for a crazy adventure. Thanks, frootjoos, for inviting me to blog with you. It's opened up a whole new world and I am excited to see what the next year brings.

I am also very thankful to all of the wonderful authors, publishers, bloggers and readers I've met and interacted with this past year. You've all enriched my world and given me a giant reading pile! 

I hope everyone has a safe holiday. I plan to eat a lot of mom's home cooking, read in bed, and see Hugo. What are your Thanksgiving weekend plans?

thuy will be eating homemade pho and yarn shopping on her break. you can follow her random tweets @fishgirl182


  1. I'm super jealous of your homemade pho! ;D I had turkey that my husband roasted and I'm thankful for both. I did have to work, but thank goodness not in retail any longer. I'm also thankful for the work. Good to have a job... so I can buy more books!

  2. Pho is the best! but I would like to try Jason's magical turkey cooking one day. More books!


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