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Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Tis the Season and All

It's Thanksgiving tomorrow, so following the spirit of the Holiday the following are just a few things this clueless Father of three is thankful for.

A job. In this economic chaos we all currently reside in, I'm grateful for employment in a job I enjoy and am halfway good at with people I genuinely like and care about.

The Boston Red Sox. In a game with the likes of the Kansas City Royals, Pittsburgh Pirates, and Baltimore Orioles, the fact the team I love WANTS to win and does everything it can to make it happen year after year is not something I think I'll ever take for granted.

Mt. Dew. As someone who ranks coffee about 1 step above Whale urine I can't say enough about that 12 ounce can with enough sugar and caffeine to bring down a charging Rhino on uppers.

My friends. Josh and Amy, Rob and Jane, Tex, Josh, Jr, Cyn, Kelly, Nan, Becks, Janine, Becky and Scott and everyone else that I didn't mention but you know who you are.

And one man who is no longer here, but I'll be forever grateful I got to know Andy Block and call him my friend.

But most of all?

I'm thankful for this beautiful woman and these 3 heathens.
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone.

7 comments:

Matty said...

That's the best thing of all to be thankful for. Enjoy the holidays my friend.

Tex said...

Happy Turkey Day you Turkey!!

sorry ive been mia. lots of life going on. I promise I will come see ya before next Christmas. It is ON the top of my TO DO List. At least, Rakes and Trot will be potty trained for my visit ;)

Ted D said...

Same to ya', Tex. And anytime you can get here we'll welcome you with open arms.

Thanks Matty. Hope you and your family have a great holiday season!

HorshamScouse said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you and all the Daltons.

Ted D said...

Thanks, Scouser! And the same for you.

Rich in the garage said...

Potty training by next christmas is a lofty goal tex.


Happy Holidays Ted. One of these days I may just show up at the door and say Hello!


Might scare the help out of the wife...but itll be a good laugh.

Ted D said...

They ARE potty trained; they just forget sometimes.

Happy Holidays to you too, Jr. And you're welcome anytime, my miniature friend.