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BunchesDirect wants to know what you’re thankful for.

The story that moves us the most will win a bouquet of the author’s choice, up to $50 in value!

We’ll be unveiling the entries as we receive them. Here’s Mary Ann’s entry, which pays tribute to God, America, family and friends.

So Thankful For God and Country! I am Thankful for my family and friends! So much of the time we are so busy with LIFE we forget to LIVE. So much of the time we are in such a hurry we forget  God Loves us and takes care of us and his LOVE is unconditional and this is the biggest thing I am THANKFUL for!

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BunchesDirect wants to know what you’re thankful for.

The story that moves us the most will win a bouquet of the author’s choice, up to $50 in value!

We’ll be unveiling the entries as we receive them. Here’s Terrilynn D.’s entry, which finds her thankful for her family’s support during a difficult period.

What I am thankful for most this year is the brave family that allowed their loved one to be an organ donor. Because of their selflessness, my fiance received a new kidney a new chance at life. They may never know how much their gift means to us and our children, but we will never forget what they mean to us. May they be as blessed this holiday season as we are.

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BunchesDirect wants to know what you’re thankful for.

The story that moves us the most will win a bouquet of the author’s choice, up to $50 in value!

We’ll be unveiling the entries as we receive them. Here’s Margo M.’s entry; they’re a career-minded person thankful for their surroundings.

 

I am grateful to be 59 and working for an amazing company. I help people see everyday. To be able to go to work everyday loving what I do, is a gift that I will never take for granted. I am grateful to be healthy and surrounded by family and friends. I am grateful for the talents and gifts God have given me. The sharpness of my mind and the creative talent he blessed me with.

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BunchesDirect wants to know what you’re thankful for.

The story that moves us the most will win a bouquet of the author’s choice, up to $50 in value!

We’ll be unveiling the entries as we receive them. Here’s Karen B.’s entry, showing us that sometimes we learn the most from our own children.

 

I am thankful for the miracle of my son William being 13 years old. He was born with a Primary Immune Disease & has been through more in the 13 years of life than an adult would. I am thankful for the 5 medical specialists that do their best to treat all Williams complications. Williams has taught me to live for today & be grateful for what you have. It’s not about the quantity of the items you have in life, it’s the quality of the life you have. I am thankful for all my son has taught me & what I continue to learn from his disabilities.

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BunchesDirect wants to know what you’re thankful for.

The story that moves us the most will win a bouquet of the author’s choice, up to $50 in value!

We’ll be unveiling the entries as we receive them. Here’s Hope M.’s entry — a beautiful reminder of how important it is to be thankful for our loved ones’ presences in our lives.

 

This Thanksgiving, I have a lot to be thankful for! 13 years ago, my dad was told he would only live for 6 months. I was 7 years old and couldn’t fully comprehend what life would be like without my dad. I was a prime example of a ‘Daddy’s girl.’ We would do all the “guy stuff” and would spend many hours hunting and fishing. It’s now 2013, and I still have my amazing dad! He has a rare blood disease called Amyloidosis. Amyloidosis is when the Amyloid protein builds up in different organs. With my dad, it is specifically building up in his heart. He goes through chemo two times a week, and even though it isn’t supposed to help, it does!

I got married on August 18, 2012, and my Dad was ‘life flighted’ from our hometown of Indiana, PA to Pittsburgh, PA on August 16. I was absolutely devastated! My Dad has been here for this long and still wasn’t going to be able to walk me down the aisle. My Dad made arrangements to get signed out on the 17th to go to the rehearsal and be at the wedding the following day. Not only did I marry the greatest guy ever, I had THE greatest man walk me down the aisle.

Every Thanksgiving, I make sure to counting my blessings, starting with my dad. This Thanksgiving, I’m especially thankful to have my dad around for another holiday!

The Happy Father and thankful Bride.

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BunchesDirect wants to know what you’re thankful for.

The story that moves us the most will win a bouquet of the author’s choosing, up to $50 in value!

We’ll be unveiling the entries as we receive them. Here’s Susan D.’s entry; despite some hardships, she has a fantastic attitude and is grateful for everything that she’s been blessed with.

 

Hello, I am thankful for being as healthy as I can be.  I have a rare disease call Chronic Pancreatitis.  I was diagnosed over 3 years ago and my life has dramatically changed. They do not know what caused my Chronic Pancreatitis. I stay out of the hospital and as healthy as I can but carefully watching my diet everything I eat or drink which is difficult but its the only way to stay healthy.  Stress and hormones also play into staying healthy. I connect with several other CP patients on Facebook and most are not doing as well as I am so I am so thankful.

I no longer work and I am also thankful for qualifying for Disability benefits.  I was a hard worker and worked for an insurance company for over 25 years. Money is tight without the second real income but I am thankful for any income at this point.  Here is a link to a YouTube video of a doctor that explains my disease.  I am also thankful for my dog that keeps me company when I am not feeling well and my husband who is understanding and takes care of me.