A sincere thank you
Added: Sun. Oct 24, 2010 11:50am
In this busy world of ours, we sometimes forget the small things, the polite things we were taught when we were small. One I recall, bust sadly too often forget, is to say thank you. I can recall my Mom or Dad reminding me to say thank you when someone did me a favor.
Now that I am older, I no longer have Mom or Dad to remind me, so saying thank you sometimes gets forgotten. That certainly applies to the blog (or musings as I prefer) I publish here. I know some of the subscribers to Growing Bolder read them, but I've never thanked them for taking the time to do that.
With the advent of the computer and the internet, ours is a world awash in words, in things to read. As I have often said, what I write are but a few drops in an ocean of words. So knowing that you take the time to read what I have to say is humbling.
So, to all of you who are reading this musing or have read any of the other musings I have posted, let me sincerely say - Thank You! I appreciate it. I know your time is valuable and to think you spend a few moments of it here with me is gratifying. I hope you continue to find time to read what appears here in latenightmusings, whether you agree with what I have to say or not. If not, thank you for stopping by to read this.
And in some small way, I hope Mom and Dad are looking down as I write this and are saying, "Well, he at least learned something."
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