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TToT: Blood Red Sun In A Smoky Sky - Lucky and Thankful, #FridayThe13th #Podcast #10Thankful

Okay,, I did it again. What week is this, exactly, that I came late to the party and linked up last? I keep this as a priority, but it does end up falling down a point…or five. 704 more words

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TToT: Giving Thanks For Whimm With Two M's, #Thanksgiving #10Thankful

This seems almost too easy, too obvious, a thankful post on Thanksgiving that is, but here we go.


Diving right in.

Ten Things of Thankful… 706 more words

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TToT: "Threw the Tears Unseen" - Diamond Dust, #10Thankful

“We should continue all the time to look out for those who have less, to stand for those who can’t, to reach out across differences, to use our land intelligently, to open our borders and welcome those who seek harbour, and never, ever cease to be curious, ask questions and to explore and search.” 760 more words

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TToT: Quaint Drinking Village with a Fishing Problem - Green Light Night, #10Thankful

Can’t stay long. Deadlines looming. I’m frankly terrified that I’ve taken on something too big for me to handle, but I was reminded of something important and so I write down what I am grateful for this week and then I get back to work. 593 more words

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TToT: The Bridge Between What Is and What's Hoped For - Making Waiting Worthy, #10Thankful

“She promised herself she would see the world, and so she did.”

-Virginia Woolf

Sometimes I fear, as I write piece after piece about my first solo travel experience for interested and curious editors, that I will never again get the chance. 1,009 more words

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TToT: Stormy Skies Over Soft Summer Sunlight - Where's the yellow? #10Thankful

“Here is my secret. It is very simple. It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.” 599 more words

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The one city that Anthony Bourdain loves more than all others – and why it reminds him of an acid trip

Anthony Bourdain is one of the most famous globetrotters alive today. The transient celebrity chef spends more than 200 days a year on the road, writing books, working on his Brazilian jiu-jitsu, and filming his many television shows. 176 more words