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Thanks for the Giving

I need to keep this quick because my houseguest will be here any minute, but I didn't want today to pass by without taking a moment to share my gratitude for the Internet and the people on it -- everyone who reads and everyone who lurks, friends and acquaintances old and new, the people who give of their time and energy to make fandom and Internet community happen and the folks who cheer them on from the sidelines. My life would be the poorer without every single one of you in it, and I hope you all know that. Group hugs for everyone!

Much love, always, me.

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lassarina
Nov. 25th, 2011 01:57 am (UTC)
Group hugs. /flops on/ I have been soppy and sentimental all over everyone today and you are no exception! I am so glad you are here and that we have such wonderful conversations. Thank you for being part of my life. ♥
owlmoose
Nov. 25th, 2011 03:37 am (UTC)
:D Thank you! I am really glad to have you as a friend too.
penrynsdreams
Nov. 25th, 2011 02:09 am (UTC)
Hey! We ended up taking 4 and 160 and just a bit of 5, mostly due to my dad accidentally getting on the Bypass Road for 4 and shenanigans, but it went well - took a little over 2 hours from Berkeley, versus the 2.5 to 3 that my step-grandma said it could take. And it was more scenic, too!

In short, it was a rousing success. Thank you for suggesting it!
owlmoose
Nov. 25th, 2011 03:39 am (UTC)
Awesome! I'm glad it worked out so well. Good thing, too, because it sounds like 80 was pretty bad -- my parents came that way (from Santa Rosa, so it's not like they have many other options) and it took them over three hours.
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