Ladies and Gentlemen, Happy Thank the Native Americans for Sharing Their Food so the Pilgrims Wouldn't Die Day!
Ordinarily, on this day, I make a post saying I'm thankful for my friends and family and freedoms and education and stuff, but that's an every year thing, and I think by this point, it goes without saying. Likewise, I've already shared ten facts about this holiday, so further illuminating you on the subject would only give me less to say next year. So today, I'm going to express gratitude for the more unlikely things in my life that helped me get here.
Thank you, Pen-and-Paper RPGs, for introducing me to so many friends and for helping me develop my creativity and social skills growing up.
Thank you, Theatre for letting me be someone else for a while and for introducing me to my fiancee.
Thank you, Calvin and Hobbes, for telling me as I was growing up that it's ok to be smart and a little different.
Thank you, Good Books, for finally breaking me of the habit of literally walking around crying as a small child saying, "I'm bored. There's nothing to do!"
Thank you, Internet, for making it easy to keep in touch with old friends, learn more about new things, and watch amusing videos like this.
Thank you, Movie Theater Job, for giving me so much time to design board games on the clock when business was slow.
Thank you, Readers, for giving me a reason to keep researching.
I think that'll about do it for now. I have cooking to pretend to help with. Now go out, be thankful, eat food, spend time with your family and friends, andget to bed early in a combination of tryptophan overdose and getting ready for the Black Friday sales tomorrow. (except for readers abroad. I'm sorry. I don't think you guys have Black Friday sales tomorrow unless you shop from online American retailers.)
You have been thanked.