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Tuesday, September 3, 2013

So I ate cheese curds...

Last week I ate cheese curds, corn dogs and lots of other deep fried things on a stick with a dear bunch of friends at the Minnesota State Fair. We had come from all over---NY, Florida, Philly, LA, Texas---to "reunion" together for a wedding..and go to the fair.

Friends are important. Relationships we build can sustain us and do sustain us. Family comes in all forms. I am grateful for this form. Grateful for friends, efforts put in to maintain these friendships, laughter (so much laughter!) and, yes...cheese curds.

What are you grateful for?


  1. One of my favorite friends is music. Can music be a friend? I think so. It's always there to be sad with me, celebrate with me, inspire me and pump its fist with me. So, I am grateful for music... I'm really not sure I could live without it.

  2. Amen, friend! I am thankful for you and this family of friends.

  3. Laura. You're a troublemaker. But yes, music can be your friend.