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What are you thankful for?

Elly Green: My entire family. They are the most loving and hilarious people you will ever meet! I’m especially thankful for my hubby Kris and our perfect daughter Sadie. Love you all more than you will ever know!

Paula Saltas: I am very thankful for Tony and Mary Caputo for throwing me the best baby shower anyone could ever ask for. Words can’t express my gratitude. Will you be the godparents to John Jr.? Thank you both.

Scott Renshaw: All the pithy wisdom we provided our readers in this space. Wait, did I say “pithy”? I meant “pissy.”

Kolbie Stonehocker: My family, my friends, Firefly and lazy Sundays.

Rachel Piper: Ryan Gosling.

Margaux Lodge: I’m thankful that I have gainful employment with a great company. (And that’s not brown-nosing.) I have several friends with educations who are out of work, and have been looking forever, who are about to lose their homes. My husband was out of work for six months as well, so we learned to do a lot without. I’m truly thankful that we have what we have still, and thankful for my job.

Larry Carter: A job, two jobs, family and good friends.

Rachel Scott: I am thankful for my awesome wife and her mad cooking that is going to leave me 100 pounds heavier come spring.

Jerre Wroble: Aside from my family and friends who’ve helped me rise out of the clay and become a human being, I thank the person who invented Whipped Lightning, alcohol-infused whipped cream. It is honestly the best food invention on earth.