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Ovarian cancer will be diagnosed in 1 of 72 women; 14,000 will die. Please know the symptoms and risk factors: read Outshine: An Ovarian Cancer Memoir. Books at www.amazon.com. ALL PROCEEDS GO TO GYNECOLOGIC CANCER RESEARCH. I am a member of Rave Reviews Book Club and Rave Writer's International Society of Authors, and Patient Leadership Council for Tesaro, Inc. I WILL NOT USE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS FOR ANY OTHER PURPOSE THAN CONTACTING YOU DIRECTLY. ALL ORIGINAL CONTENT COPYRIGHT 2011 THROUGH 2018.

Thursday, November 28, 2013

GIVING THANKS


                                                 THANK YOU...

                     TO THOSE WHO HAVE FAITHFULLY FOLLOWED MY BLOGS;
            LEFT COMMENTS, QUESTIONS, AND ENCOURAGEMENT; AND WHO HAVE DONE 
            GUEST BLOGS... 

                                    AND MY MOST HUMBLE THANKS TO THOSE WHO
                                    HAVE SUPPORTED GYNECOLOGICAL CANCER
                                    RESEARCH THROUGH THE PURCHASE OF MY BOOK...
                                    

           
     AND MY THANKS TO THE WOMEN, THE SISTERS, WHO HAVE TOLD ME
                ABOUT THEIR JOURNEY WITH CANCER. WE HAVE SHARED LAUGHTER
                AND TEARS, EXCHANGED INFORMATION, AND GIVEN EACH OTHER
                HUGS. WE HAVE DONE THIS IN PERSON AND ACROSS THE MILES...
                SOMETIMES ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WORLD!


     In the United States, Thanksgiving is a very special day when we share a supper together with
family or friends. Usually we eat too much turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, cranberries, and an assortment of pies, but the togetherness of special people in our lives is what matters.



     In Canada they celebrate Thanksgiving on the second Monday of October. They have parades and family dinners with turkey and all the trimmings expressing thankfulness for the year's harvest.

     India is a multi-cultural and multi-ethnic country that celebrates the thanksgiving of God's grace on them. With the increased influence of Western culture, several areas do celebrate Thanksgiving where it is known as Ladin or Ladainha. It is a time of "thanks for all material and spiritual benefits."

     "Other Asian countries such as China, Malaysia, Korea celebrate....Harmony, peace, feeling gratitude is the underlying theme of the celebration all over."

I wish you a most blessed day today wherever you are in the world...a time to give thanks for all the many gifts we have. 


(Quotes from http://www.thanksgiving-day.org/thanksgiving-around-world.html)




2 comments:

  1. Thank you for being so inspirational, Karen. I use you as a success story about blogging all the time-- look at how far you have come and how many lives you have touched! Keep it up, and happy holidays!

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    1. Hanna, Thank you for such kind words and your wonderful support.
      Merry Christmas!

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