Gratitude and Thanksgiving


Happy Thanksgiving to all. While this place can certainly qualify as a slightly dysfunctional family with a wierd uncle or two, I have gratitude for everyone who shares and contributes to my growth in this hobby of ours. In this crazy world it is nice to come home, cut on the music and feel restored. Cheers.

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Happy Thanksgiving! I too have a lot to be thankful for in my life. I hope everyone has a wonderful day. 

Cheers to all! Going to play Burrough's Thanksgiving Prayer today to keep centered.

Happy Thanksgiving to all here.

I am thankful for the privilege of having lived a long life in the greatest country on the planet where the Constitution and the Bill of Rights continue to keep the totalitarians at bay.

I am thankful for a totally functional family where honesty, charity, faith, and a fierce work ethic are at the forefront. I am thankful for the health of my two wonderful daughters, four educated hard-working grandchildren, and five healthy great-grandchildren.

I am thankful to be able to sleep comfortably in my bed at night without the fear of facing violence because there are tough guys in blue out there on the streets facing that violence for me.

I’m thankful to my mother for instilling a love for music and literature in me as a small child.

I am thankful for life-long friends, some stretching all the way back to the sixth grade in 1949 in room 10, Wilson Grammar School, in Santa Barbara, California where providence put us in touch with the greatest teacher in the country at that time, Mister Frank Van Schaik.

I am thankful for the friends I’ve made through this site named Audiogon. It has been through this site, that I have increased my knowledge on how to improve my audio system to the point it is now, which is a world away from what I ever thought I would have.

Happy Thanksgiving, guys.

Frank

Happy Thanksgiving to all.

Be safe if you are traveling.

Be tolerant and be charitable on this day.

 

Happy Thanksgiving, the 400th consecutive celebration of the first Thanksgiving dinner.

Yours in music,

Ted Denney III

Lead Designer/CEO Synergistic Research Inc.