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#1476354 Wed Nov 23 2022 09:37 PM
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Peggy M Offline OP
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The past several weeks, we've noticed an increase in "thank you" posts -- from "being here" to "details on a difficult question." That always brings smiles all around. It's great to be connected! grin

Besides a community that offers encouragement, we hope the Forums have an atmosphere that nurtures the desire to help others. It seems that grateful acts tend to bring out thankful responses. Thankfulness is a learned skill; learned best seeing it modeled.

Even in difficult or stressful event, having strangers step up and offer help, is appreciated. John has encouraged Bolters to check the "unanswered" posts. Sending a reply, is like giving a nod that we know you are here and are wanting to help you. shake

"It seems impossible to be angry and resentful and be grateful and thankful at the same time." wave

Wishing all our Stovebolt Collective a Happy Thanksgiving.

John and Peggy


Peggy M
Bird's eye view is a bit different than the worm's ~~ and it ISN'T about food. wink
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Happy Thanksgiving to you also!


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Happy Thanksgiving, Peggy and John!

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Happy Thanksgiving to you, Peg and John, and to all the Stovebolters out there.


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Best wishes and happy Thanksgiving to all.
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Wishing everyone a Happy Thanksgiving to all near and far!!! wave


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Peggy M Offline OP
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Saw this post from Patina 54:

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I missed Thanksgiving Day in Canada October 10 so I will now say Happy Thanksgiving to all my Canadian friends and relatives and to the rest of us on this Day. I am thankful for all my Stovebolt friends and their families who allow us to get together in various places throughout the year.

Sorry I missed that back in October. Three different "events" listed for that date. I'll try better next year. not me

Very nice sentiments expressed by Patina 54. thumbs_up


Peggy M
Bird's eye view is a bit different than the worm's ~~ and it ISN'T about food. wink

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