If you are an American, you are likely sitting down to a meal of turkey (or tofu) today, and if you are not an American, you may know that people in the U.S. are celebrating a holiday known as "Thanksgiving."
Gratitude is an important part of happiness. (If you are having happiness issues, or want more information about the relationship of gratitude to happiness, please see Eric Barker's "What 10 Things Should You Do Every Day to Improve Your Life?" His blog is useful.)
Anyway, the smart people who have interacted with me and shared their insights with me is the best thing about this blog. Whether you have communicated with me in one of the comments here, or emailed me, or talked to me on Twitter or Facebook or Google+, or written about this blog on your blog, or even just visited and quietly lurked (raising the profile of this blog by adding another "hit,") I wish you a happy Thanksgiving and a joyful Christmas/winter solstice/Feast of St. Dagobert.