What are you thankful for...
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr (+14825) 10 years ago
There are so many things to be thankful for...

one of the things I am thankful for is the opportunity to share my thoughts (and humor although that is something you may not be thankful for) with you all and learn from the thoughts you share here. I am a better person for the experience. So thanks to one and all. Someday we need to all sit down face to face and have a beer.

Thanks to Larry for giving us the opportunities this site provides.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16829) 10 years ago
I am thankful that the Saints managed to hold off the Cowboys.
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9783) 10 years ago
I guess family & friends would sum it up for me.
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Posted by Steve Allison (+975) 10 years ago
I am thankful for my life here in Miles City. If I still lived and worked in Bozeman, when my alarm went off at 6:AM this morning, I would have been at work at K-Mart for an hour or more already. I rejoice at taking photos for a living instead of working retail, I still get to spend the time meeting people but they are much happier people when your taking their photos.
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6171) 10 years ago
I'm thankful for so much I'd get carpal tunnel syndrome trying to list it all.
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Posted by Shu (+1788) 10 years ago
As A Raider fan, I am thankful that the Denver Broncos suck as much as they do.

Also thankful for family and friends...they and the Good Lord have given me strength and support to get through some tough times in the last couple of years.
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Posted by Robert L. Reyff (+40) 10 years ago
I am thankful for all of the stuff that we have had programed into us forever; seriously. But, most of all I am thankful for a God that cared enough, when the fabric was torn, to figure out a Way to reconcile, me, to Himself!
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Posted by Tracy Walters (+297) 10 years ago
I'd be glad to sit and have a beer with you...all of you, in fact.

I'm thankful that I'm still alive to say that...



And I really would like to consider that beer thing...I'd travel over to MC for something like that...maybe over the Christmas Holiday?
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Posted by Buck Showalter (+4455) 10 years ago
Tell me more about this Star Trek God of yours, Robert.
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Posted by Robert L. Reyff (+40) 10 years ago
Well, I would really like to do just that Buck, if I may call you Buck, but right now I am in the midst of packing and getting ready to move to MC. What I can tell you about is the book that He wrote, you know it, the Bible. When I get to town I hope we can sit and talk about this God!
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr (+14825) 10 years ago
but right now I am in the midst of packing and getting ready to move to MC.


Really? There are very few people that move to MC from FL in the dead of winter to start a Life Coaching business. Why Miles City? This seems pretty unusual.

[This message has been edited by Richard Bonine, Jr (11/30/2010)]
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Posted by Buck Showalter (+4455) 10 years ago
It's fairly obvious there are a lot of people in need of coaching.
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Posted by Bob L. (+5099) 10 years ago
Is there a happy ending involved? Just asking.
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Posted by howdy (+4950) 10 years ago
Thankful I am still alive...
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Posted by Bob L. (+5099) 10 years ago
I'll second that one, Howdy!
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Posted by howdy (+4950) 10 years ago
Thanks Bob...Every day is one for the plus column as far as I am concerned...:-)
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Posted by Robert L. Reyff (+40) 10 years ago
It is a long story and involves family.
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Posted by Bob L. (+5099) 10 years ago
My work here is done.
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