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I’m grateful for the love and support of my relationship with my sister. She lends a sympathetic ear, a loving hug, an encouraging word or a supportive high five when I need it. She gets me through the tough times and laughs with me during the good ones.
Lauren G.

I’m grateful for my mom and dad and how many hugs and cuddles they give me and how they feed me and take me on walks and let me sneak onto the bed to take naps, although I wish they would give me more bacon.
Murph The Burph

I’m so thankful for my husband. He’s such a supportive dad and has been my true partner in parenting our daughters. He always has been but this year his efforts are even more evident as we navigate virtual school and working from home.
Megan M.

I am continually GRATEFUL for a network of super rad, kind, generous, supportive, non-judgmental, fun, adventurous, loving, women in my life who lift me up and add to the quality of my life and the lives of so many others.
Leslie S.

I love love. Spread love.
Amy Evans

I am thankful for the gorgeous autumn weather we’ve had this year! It’s a joy to get outside and tromp through the crunchy leaves under a bright blue sky, and the dry weather has enabled us to safely spend a bit more time with others before the rain sets in.
Anonymous

We are grateful to Amy Rowley for envisioning and creating The Mayday Foundation!

Cobie & Rich Whitten

To Vicki, Thank you for your friendship, and for seeing me through the most challenging time of my life. Somehow, you made chemo fun and helped me stay calm no matter what my cancer experience threw at me. I am eternally grateful to have you in my life.
Melanie Kallas Ricklefs

April has been a part of our lives since 1993, when my dad was admitted to the nursing home where she worked in the housekeeping department. He was there for a few years, until my grandma retired from her nursing career and moved my wheelchair-bound father home with her. When we had to readmit him after my grandma’s death in 2014, my dad’s face lit up when he saw April come around the corner with a big smile, so happy to see him. She’s moved up and is now working in administration, but she still is a very kind, caring human that has devoted her life to caring for the elderly and disabled. Being so far away and unable to visit during this Covid-19 mess, it has given me much peace to know April and many other caring people are looking out for my dad. I am forever grateful.
Sarah Jacob

I’d like to thank all of the staff at the Kline-Galland Home in Seattle where my disabled dad has lived for the past year. They have done an amazing job making him feel comfortable and at home and kept him healthy and safe during this pandemic.

Leisa Goldberg

I often compose lengthy and heartfelt messages of thanks in my head to friends, family, teachers, doctors, volunteers, and many others who have made a difference in my and others’ lives. Only occasionally do I follow through with an actual letter or phone call. I need to do better; I’ve heard it said that gratitude is an act and not just a thought. But I hope that if you are one of those people who goes the extra mile for those around you, and you are reading this, you realize you have undoubtedly inspired many mental letters of gratitude! And though the thanks may not be expressed back to you, your kindness is inevitably paid forward. Thank you!
Anonymous

I appreciate all of those that take the time to give to others whether it be as small as paying for the person behind you’s order to those that donate to wonderful charities as these to those that make these charities possible and give to those that are truly in need!!

Anonymous

Going on walks with dear friends

Kathleen P.

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