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Thanksgiving, and holidays in general, are difficult for me because I miss my Dad. I miss being able to joke around with him and watch him pretend to be Emeril Lagasse in the kitchen. In having to sit with that loss, I am often reminded of what I have to be grateful for. I started writing and started my podcast in memoriam of my father and all our political bantering. It has brought me so many wonderful conversations and friendships as a result. This year I was able to bring online friendships into my real life. I traveled to Texas to visit my cousin and celebrate her phenomenal successes and while there was able to connect with multiple people that I’ve met on the hellsite that is Twitter. Coming off of that trip I was able to coordinate a large meet up with many people resulting in “Indianapocalypse” where I opened my childhood home to about 30 people to break bread, shoot guns, drink and be merry. I am fortunate in so many ways. I have a loving, wonderful family. I have a roof over my head. I have food in my refrigerator. I have a vehicle to take me back and forth to a good job. I am thankful for every one of those things because I know that there are many people who are not fortunate enough to have all of that. I hope that you and yours have a wonderful Thanksgiving. I hope that your life is full and that you, too, are able to reflect and be grateful for all that you have. I am wishing you all the best as we move through the holidays and I encourage you to reach out if you need anything and I will do my best to help. Thank you to all of you for your support and friendship. Take care, -H

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