I wanted to take a moment to tell you how thankful I am that you allow me into your busy life. I'm amazed at how far away from this keyboard most of you are--and yet we're connected even if just briefly throughout the year.
I wanted to take a moment to tell you how thankful I am that you allow me into your busy life. I'm amazed at how far away from this keyboard most of you are--and yet we're connected even if briefly throughout the year.
Before the smell of roasting turkey permeates the house, and all of my children arrive to celebrate, I want you to know that I am very grateful to you. Readership on the site has more than doubled--obviously, that's important to me. However, what consistently touches me is that through cyberspace we connect instantaneously with each other--no matter what we believe in, or what we are individually grateful for.
In a feeble attempt to let you all know how I feel, I have searched out several ways to say thank you across the globe. If I have misspelled any or did not include your particular way, please forgive me; I hope the message will be clear. Any and all errors are mine:
Aabhar, Arigato, Maketai, Kyayraykere, Gui lah hui te ha, Shukran gazilan, Mamnuun, Shnorhagallem, Merci, Gracies, Tai merbani, Hvala, Doh je, Tatenda, Manje Tak, Dank u, Dua Metjer en ek, Mamnoon, Kiitos, On jaaraama, Dankschen, Aguije, Mahalo nui loa, Toda raba, Shukriya, Ua koj tsaug, U de, Gum xia, See, Takk, Go raibh maith agaibh, Grazie, Vandane, Spasibo, Da-waa-ee, Giitus, Tack, Salamat, Komapsumnida, Ashi, Tika hoki, Abhari ahi, Bayarlalaa, Nyarya bada, Dziekuje, Dhannvaad, Grazia, Mehrbani, Dakujem, Nandri, Day fon, Khawp khun, and Z'e'kujom se.