Thankful Thursday 21 February 2019

It’s that time of week again! Between off on President’s Day and a snow day yesterday, this week has flown by. I have a lot to be thankful for.

On Sunday when I was deleting old e-mails, I came across e-mails from 2015 that were from different members of the senior center, from when I worked there. I e-mailed three members, but I didn’t get a chance to e-mail one of the members. Wouldn’t you know that the person I didn’t get a chance to e-mail was in the library on Tuesday! He said hello and I said hello, and I told him I was thinking about him the other day but didn’t get a chance to e-mail him. He said, “well, you still can.” We’ve been catching up over e-mail and it is so nice. 🙂

I’m also thankful for dad; he’s been taking me to the train three days per week and a Starbucks run on the way. I’m always grateful for dad, my family and friends.

What are you thankful for today?

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One thought on “Thankful Thursday 21 February 2019”

  1. Hi, Jessica Marie!

    It’s nice that you were able to get back in contact with a member of the senior center you met a few years ago when you worked there. It’s never too late to be a friend and to make a friend. It’s nice of your dad to give you rides to the train three days a week with a Starbucks stop on the way.

    I am thankful that I was able to get back in touch with a childhood neighbor, one I haven’t seen and with whom I have not communicated since the early 60s. A mutual friend located her on Facebook and set up contact. It’s a lot of fun reminiscing.

    A piece of my past died yesterday when Peter Tork, a member of The Monkees, passed away.

    Happy Friday to you, dear friend JM!


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