Once again, today is Thanksgiving; my favorite holiday. I have never thought Thanksgiving has received the proper respect; it's more than a bump in the road on the calendar toward Christmas. Everyone is in a hurry on the highway of life, but, Thanksgiving is the "Reduced Speed Ahead" sign that safely brings our life priorities back into focus. Mrs. Kfred and I are having dinner with Marv the Neighbor and his wife as we are childless on this family day. Kfred Jr 1 and his wife, Goldilocks, are going to join us for dinner tomorrow instead as they are returning from visiting her family out of town. Kfred Jr 2, again has too short of a turnaround time to be with us now, but, will be home later at Christmas.
With those ground rules established, let me briefly recite some of the things I am thankful for: First and foremost, I am thankful for my wonderful life partner, best friend, lover, and thought compass for 29 years, Mrs. Kfred. I love you dear. I am thankful for the above mentioned 2 offspring and our newest addition, Goldilocks, She is a wonderful girl. I am thankful for my job within Dilbertland. Like any job, there are things you don't like, but they have been fair to me and have treated me well (I know people whom are suffering with unemployment right now and one truly should be grateful). I am grateful for my siblings: Brother Eddie, Gertie, and Ace. Though separated by many miles, I actually think we are closer than when we were kids living under the same roof. Of course, I am thankful for my friendship with the dimwits that serve as inspirational fodder for subjects posted here on a daily basis: the more than 30 year affiliation with the "Trinity of Idiocy" consisting of Gummo the Balloon Boy, the Green Comic, and Rat Bastard G; that golfing hack, Dickie the Peap; my Assistant Executive Director/Resident Trustee, Giacommo; and the rest. With the antics and ideas that involve you, this is really easy to do on a daily basis. Please, don't stop. And finally, the readers, I thank you. Our 2 faithful readers continue to get in the act and are actually close to becoming part of the story. To the rest of those whom are mistakenly directed to this site when they are searching for something actually meaningful to read, I apologize. You have to admit, though, it is kind of like seeing an accident on the roadside. Admit it: you want to see a body, don't you? Wherever you are, I wish you a great holiday and thank you for your support. I'll be back tomorrow and the day after that and the day after that.
My life is truly blessed.