Important Words: Saying Thank You, and Asking What Can I Do For You?

As I thought about this season of holy days, holidays and celebrations of all kinds,
I considered all the encouragement received from so many of you during this year.

My thoughts turned to these most important words, out of all the thousands we write to each other throughout the year.

To me, the most important words I can write to you today are these:

21 Words From Me To You: Gratitude, Thank You for Reading and Being Here

21 Words From Me To You

I wondered what I could do for you in return for all the encouragement your support, presence, and regular readership have provided this past year. I have learned so much from reading your blogs, being part of your courses (Thanks, Caitlin Kelly!), commenting and exchanging ideas with many of you.

In the end, I decided that introducing your blogs to others who may not have discovered you yet, would be the most fun and the most appreciated gift I could give you.

So here you are.   …  All, please meet everyone else.

Everyone, please take a moment and check out these other fine blogs and see if you can make a new virtual friend, learn something new about the world, or see things in a new light this year.

«Enjoy!»

 

Margo Lestz
http://curiousrambler.com

lavaleandherworld
http://lavaleandherworld.wordpress.com

Anne Egros, Global Executive Coach
http://Zestnzen.com

Caitlin Kelly
http://broadsideblog.wordpress.com

Miss Footloose
http://www.lifeintheexpatlane.com

Naomi Hattaway
http://naomihattaway.com

Worldette (Naomi Hattaway is a contributor)
http://worldette.com/

Anne Lowery
http://www.parttimetraveler.com/

Project World Colors/ World Colours
https://whattheworldtaughtme.com/project-world-colorsworld-colours/
https://www.facebook.com/ProjectWorldColors

Rookienotes
http://rookienotes.wordpress.com

Russell Deasley
http://theverybesttop10.com/

nick1074
http://www.daysgrowby.com

growupproper
http://growupproper.wordpress.com

Daniel Berakov
http://berakov.wordpress.com

Reena Parekh
http://confessionsofabainstructor.wordpress.com

Mel SP
http://mellysp.wordpress.com

willowmysttoo
http://willowmysttoo.wordpress.com

Mark Coakley
http://markcoakley.wordpress.com

ruairicassidy
http://ruairicassidy.wordpress.com

rdgbl
http://rdgbl.wordpress.com

Lena
http://mselenalevontraveling.com

Jordan Latour
http://justlats.com

The CoF
http://thecitizensoffashion.com

Thomas Cochran
http://coveredinbeer.wordpress.com

Kira
http://kiraness.wordpress.com

chelseapenasmith
http://eatwellandtraveloftendotcom.wordpress.com

Pooja Gupta
http://diversepop.wordpress.com

dssharmadivya1992
http://divisabluestocking.wordpress.com

Amy’s Inkwell
http://amysinkwell.wordpress.com

 Nate Ollie
http://flywithnate.com

Joe Seeber
http://joeseeberblog.wordpress.com

ahines3
http://www.andrew-hines.com

Kenneth Robson
http://technicalitydotme.wordpress.com

juliansherman
http://juliansherman.net

thinkingaboutliving
http://thinkingaboutliving.wordpress.com

Cristian Mihai
http://cristianmihai.net

mr688475
http://marissariback.com

breakroomstories
http://breakroomstories.com

olgatodd
http://olgatodd.wordpress.com

projectlighttolife
http://projectlighttolife.wordpress.com

olgacreator
http://olgacreateinspire.wordpress.com

KJ
http://ourbigexpatadventure.wordpress.com

J J Gonzalez
http://thebaggagehandlerdotme.wordpress.com

Opinionated Man
http://aopinionatedman.com

prophetbrahmarishi
http://prophetbrahmarishi.wordpress.com

Valeriu D.G. Barbu
http://valeriudgbarbu.wordpress.com/

2 thoughts on “Important Words: Saying Thank You, and Asking What Can I Do For You?

    • Thank you Margo! I am enjoying trading stories with Alice Keys, a new friend introduced from your comments… so we all are benefiting.

      That’s what I enjoy most about writing and sharing- meeting new people and learning how it’s done in their world. One of the highlights of this year has been making your acquaintance- I have learned so much and have had a wonderful time doing it.

      I’ve enjoyed your writing, your wry humo(u)r, and your creativity in the content and illustrations for each historic tidbit that you uncover for all of us. Thank you for that!

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