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Thursday, November 27, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving, Wavers - the day when all Americans eat impossible amounts of food while watching parades and football. The day when we all give thanks to the uh - what was it now? Pilgrims? No, no, the Indigenous People who helped them through a tough winter. And how did we thank those Indians? Oh, uh....yeah. Pass the gravy.

Put on those crazy Pilgrim hats and eat to your heart's content, Wavers. For tomorrow is another day. A day with cold turkey leftovers, yes, but another day. Take this day to hang out with your family or chosen family and be grateful for the fact that you have a gift and a passion - writing. That makes you pretty extraordinary and don't you forget it. Even with all the trials and travails, the frustration and the heartbreak of trying to break into Hollywood, you can do something that 99.9% of the population cannot - you can pour your soul onto paper in an entertaining way.

Thank you Wavers for coming back to the Rouge Wave in droves day after day. For that I am truly thankful because you make it all worthwhile.

Happy Thanksgiving!


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3 comments:

Mberenis said...

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Theresa Cullen Cullen said...

I am thankful for you, Miss Julie, and the awesome Rouge wave - a place I come back to time after time for inspiration, information and a good laugh. Bless you!

E.C. Henry said...

Happy Thanksgiving, Julie.

I'm like the WORST relative ever. While at a Thanksgiving function today I actually took paper, a pen, and some note cards and started work on outline and blocking out scenes for the next script I'm gunna write.

Oye, the Pilgrims must be turning in their graves.

- E.C. Henry from Bonney Lake, WA