We have many reasons to be thankful for what
life has given us. Each and every one of us has our own way of expressing our
Some people give thanks for what their lives have brought them
through religion. Others give thanks in a way that suits their personal beliefs.
No matter how you give thanks, you don't have to wait for a special occasion to
say that you are thankful for someone or something. You can leave a written record
of what you are thankful for. You will join others who want to do the same thing.
If there is a certain someone you would like thank, and you don't quite know how
to tell him or her, take the opportunity to put it in writing.
Tell us for what or to whom you are thankful. Feel free to write
your message of thanks the way you wish. You can use your own ideas, or use the
questions below as a guide. In the event you use a question, you should only answer
that question. You may also answer several questions in separate entries and allow
us to choose the best one for the book. Whatever your preference, only a maximum
of 2,000 characters will be published.
Click on the question you wish to answer:
Your story or anecdote will be published
under a pseudonym or your real name followed by your age, city, state or province,
and country in parentheses. Example: Marla Franco (age 54, Jacksonville, Florida, USA).
It is your choice to use your name or not. However, for administrative purposes, you will
need to give contact information. This information is kept confidential. This information
will not be published or shared with anyone under any circumstance, unless you instruct
us otherwise in writing. See Participation Requirements for more information.
|100 Plus TRUE STORIES: Giving Thanks is a book
that will be published under the Cambridge BrickHouse Books (CBH Books) label. This book
will form part of the 100 Plus TRUE STORIES series. The objective of this series
is to collect and share life experiences so that readers may identify with and/or learn from them.
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