Written by:2010/11/25 11:26 AM
Thanksgiving is primarily an American traditional holiday. Where they celebrate in remembrance of how thankful they are.
When the pilgrims first landed on American soil they were struck with hard times during the first winter. The American Indians helped them survive the winter by supplying food and other supplies. They then taught them how to plant and grow crops so that they would survive the next winter.
Thanksgiving began as a tradition of celebrating the harvest of the year. There have been various other versions around the Americas and Europe, but the point is that people were celebrating their thankfulness.
In the blogging world there may have been a winter for you when you first started. When you first landed on the blogshpere show. The natives, now very experienced, or and very friendly began to show you the ropes. teach you how things are done.
Now the question is, have you thanked those bloggers today, or ever. Let’s take some time out and be thankful for those who have helped us. Tutored and taught us, mentored and showed us the ropes.
Even thankful for those who are just friendly and supportive. Those people who faithfully read our blog posts, who comment and those who re-tweet or help promote each post.
So here is the challenge. It is in three parts. The best things are always in threes.
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