Friday, December 17, 2010

Grateful for You!

Today is the last day you can enter my contest to win this cute little angel ornament for your Christmas tree. Check out the left sidebar for all the details. She's been sitting on my desk just waiting to go to her new home. I'll announce the winner Monday.


Christmas makes me think about all the blessings in my life. A huge blessing which I'm extremely grateful for are my friends!  

Yes, you! 

Reading a few blogs Thursday, I came across Jody Heyland's post. She was worried that some of her friends might feel unappreciated and this made me wonder if some of my friends felt that way, too.

I love my friends, and if I have done anything that made them feel as if I didn't value what they have done for me, I would be devastated. With the release of my third novel, The Stone Traveler, I have met many wonderful people who have helped to spread the word about my novels. Friends and family have come to my signings, helped with my blog tours, left comments on my blog, and have purchased my books. 

For all of that, I'm extremely grateful.

I'm so grateful that I have some virtual chocolate for you to enjoy. 
Please take a piece or two. 



If chocolate doesn't float your boat, have a virtual ice-cream sundae.



I'll even give you a virtual foot massage.


Please know how very much I appreciate you and all that you have done!!!


What are some of the blessings you're grateful for this Christmas?

8 comments:

  1. Is it okay if I have the virtual chocolates, ice cream, and foot massage? Or would that seem too greedy? ;)

    I'm grateful for my healthy and my family and friends! We've been blessed this year, and I hope it continues into the new year. :)

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  2. Laura,
    You're not greedy at all. Have as much as you'd like. ;)

    Ah, yes I'm grateful for health, family and friends as well. Thanks for stopping by.

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  3. Hi Kathi - Oooh, the chocolates and a foot massage sound amazing!! Thank you. =D

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  4. You're so sweet to give us virtual presents, Kathi. Have a wonderful Christmas!

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  5. Sorry, talking with my mouth full of chocs.

    Thank you for the gifts, and your gift of friendship. May you enjoy the festive season, and have a happy, healthy New Year.

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  6. Cindy,
    Thanks! I hope you have a Merry Christmas, too.

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  7. Glynis,
    I glad you liked the chocolates! I hope your mother is doing better. Have a very Merry Christmas!!!

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