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Giving Thanks, A Day Late — 11 Comments

  1. So sorry to hear about your daughter. I know I would have freaked out in your place. Thankful, however, that she came through OK.

    (Ugh. I’m skipping my profiles. Too much Twitter.)


  2. I’m so glad that she came through the surgery fine. Had she a history of gallbladder disease or was it a spontaneous flair-up?

    Glad the AFK and you got to have a Thanksgiving chat.

    Hope you, your man and the little guy (who is not so little, anymore) were able to enjoy your potatoes!!! [grin]

    Love and Hugs,

  3. (((hugs))) I’m glad everything turned out well with your daughter, and that you heard from AFK. We’re a bit extra-thankful this year too… both me and my sister were in the hospital last week, me in ER with nasty grease burns to half my face (now almost entirely healed) and my sister, who had one of those crazy random sudden medical things that make you sick fast and getting a sudden unwanted vacation. (I felt worse for my mom then for me— got all done checking her other daughter in, to find out I had just arrived…)

  4. Well, what a nightmare! I’m glad that everything worked out okay though. But uh, the waiting to hear that she would be okay. Thank goodness she was. What a treat to hear from the AFK as well. And yeah, I hear you, sometimes cooking has nothing to do with the food.

  5. A Thanksgiving to remember, but not for the right reason! Thank goodness it all turned out all right. I hope your daughter recovers quickly and that for the rest of the year, and next year too, you and your family keep safe and well. All the best.

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