12 Days of Xmas – Time to be Thankful (Jew Blogger Style), Part 5

So those of you that have kept up on reading my blog know that I haven’t written much lately.  There has been a lot of guest posts and sponsored posts that has allowed the site to remain active but really hasn’t been “my” writing.  Work has been crazy.  I love my new job that I got almost 8 months ago, and there isn’t anything else i’d rather be doing, and the blog has suffered in terms of my own original content.  However, I am going to buck my own status quo, and share with you over the next 12 days leading up to Christmas the many other bloggers that I am thankful for this year.  A lot of them I haven’t talked to in a while, but its important to me that they know I appreciate them around this time of year.

So… without further ado, the fifth blogger I am thankful for this year is my friend Mrs. Micah.

Oh Mrs. Micah.  What i wouldn’t give to still have you around.  It was actually great to talk to you earlier this week, and i miss our get-togethers.  One of the main reasons i wanted to put this little series on was to give some link juice to the people that have been supportive of me over the past 18 months or so.  You are definitely one of those people, even if you’d prefer i did no linking.  I hope all has been well, and now that J. got fired, we need to pick a damn date and go out somewhere (Groupon locations welcome!).

Look forward to seeing you soon, be safe, and hopefully have fun with all of your side projects over the break.

Oh yes, and girl/comic stories a plenty when we see each other next!

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