Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Happy Thanksgiving!

It's that time of year when my fellow countrymen and countrywomen gather 'round and share our reasons for being thankful. I would like to join in this celebration, but I am afraid there are too many things and it would take too much of your time.

So instead I will share two things I am thankful for in particular: all of the nouns and all of the verbs in my life. Special runner-up: adverbs.

I don't have any solid plans for Black Friday. I've been thinking of buying an electric blanket and a jacket that zips all the way (my zipper broke last year.) Other than that, I don't need anything enough to leave the house. Maybe some TV dinners? Wool socks? Shampoo?

I suspect I'm not thinking big enough. I self-limit like that.

In all seriousness though, thank you, all of you, for reading. I appreciate the time we spend together and hope you have a laugh-filled holiday full of festivity, food, fluid, and fun.


Dan said...

Adjectives don't even merit an honorable mention? Prepositions are feeling slighted.

Happy Thanksgiving, Folly. You deserve a zipper that works. Pamper yourself!

Folly Blaine said...

I knew my list would be a controversial one. Better luck next year, other grammar.

And a Happy Thanksgiving to you, Dan!