Thursday, November 25, 2004

Thanksgiving: What am I Thankful For?

In celebration of Thanksgiving, here is a list of things both big and small that I am thankful for, in no particular order--

Stuffing
The Gospel
James Taylor
Music is general
Computers
My Grandma
My Mom
My Siblings, Sarah, David and Katie
My Father
Having friends who care about you enough to invite them into your home, whenever you need it, no questions asked.
Forgiveness
Happiness
Sadness
Emerson College
MBTA Subway System
Tanner
Maxx
John N.
Internet
Carrots and Dip
All the vegetables and fruits that are so wonderful
Acela Train
Thanksgiving
Hugs
Dreams
Sleep
Canteloupe
DVD's
Christmas, and all it truely represents
Prayer
Love
Laughter
My watch
All the programs and clubs I am in atr Emerson
Lewiston and Auburn
Cars
Wooden desks
Legs and Arms
My Weblog

Just an abreviated list--chances are if you are reading this I am thankful for you too! Have a happy happy thanksgiving all!

2 comments:

John said...

Yeah! I made the list! Then again, so did cantaloupe so I guess it's not a crazy big honor. Thank you for being thankful for having me as your friend. I'm thankful that you're my friend too. Are you confused now?
I listened to this book on tape called "The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy" which I highly recommend reading. I'm positive that the song, "Marvin, the Paranoid Android" is based on a character in this book. It makes a few references to how people are fascinated by digital watches. Is the watch you're thankful for digital?
Ok, I'll shut up now. Hope your Thanksgiving was off the shizzle, fo'hook....or vice versa!

Anonymous said...

Yeahs and High-Fives John, Yeah I'm on the list too!

Of course that means I'm either James Taylor, Grandma, Mom, a sibling, Father, Tanner, Maxx, Can't be John, the internet or a leg or an arm. Actually I have to legs and arms, very nice to have.

As for the song Marvin the Paranoid Android that is indeed a direct reference to the Hitchhikers guide to the Galaxy trilogy. Actually there are something like 5 books (All of which I've read) and of course the movie and the tapes and all very funny. That is of course if you enjoy the sort of random slightly wierd universe it portrays.

Blowing up the earth just before the final outcome by a vogan frieghter to make way for a hyperspace bypass.