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  1. Wednesday afternoon I was folding laundry and listening to Dave Ramsey (the money guy) on the radio. He was saying much the same thing that you have said in this column, and was requiring every caller who came on the air to express something they are thankful for. That made me stop and think. What came to mind right away, and what I expressed in a silent prayer, was, “Thank you Lord for Jan Silvious [author of Fool Proofing Your Life] and George Simon and their books, which I needed so much.” When I was done with my task, I got online and read your insightful words. Just wanted to express that you are one of the people I am grateful for.

    1. Thank you so much for your kindness. You made me realize something else for which I am truly grateful, namely the support and validation I’ve gotten from readers and blog followers over the years. I’m deeply touched – and very grateful.

  2. being grateful in a lot like giving a free gift to someone. Seems to be a rare trait these days with everyone so busy. We need to slow down and smell the roses sometimes.

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