Thanks Linda! #JusJoJan

Your prompt for JusJoJan January 4th, 2022, is ‘generosity.’ Use the word ‘generosity’ any way you’d like. Have fun!”

Maybe it’s a bit of a cliché. Maybe I’m taking the easy way out. Maybe this will seem corny, but I’m going to simply thank Linda for her generosity in running the challenges we love, especially for this Just Jot January!

Half of my blog posts are in response to a Linda G. Hill challenge. That’s a lot of work for a mother/writer/editor/blogger.

Thanks Linda!

Today’s prompt for Just Jot it January 2022, and it’s brought to us by Sadje. Please visit her blog to read her post and say hello.

Today’s gallery contains a few images that popped up when I searched for “thanks.”


  1. I love all your thank you’s Dan. Such an easy thing to say, yet we often forget. MuMu has a great one-liner…” I took care of the glasses”!

    Let me add my thanks to you and the other bloggers who have worked so hard during this pandemic to keep posting interesting, funny, informative blogs, when your world is as upside down as ours is. Your posts never disappoint.

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  2. Dan, a lovely, meaningful post in photos this morning. Thank you for reminding me to be thankful for what I have in life. It helps to overtake the unpredictable challenges that are happening. Have a great rest of the week. 📚🎶 Christine

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  3. It’s good to be reminded that many a thank-you is wordless. There are ways we too say thanks without words, but words of gratitude ought never go missing. So thanks for the reminders!

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  4. And we are grateful for your conscientious communication and fastidious management of the prompts and projects you host. 🙂Love that photo of you and Faith!


  5. Thank you for sharing your “thank yous” — Wonderful post, Dan. These days, I look for reasons to be grateful, and I start my day grateful for hot water. You and your family (both 2 and 4 legged) are blessings. 😊

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  6. All good things for a “Thanks” theme, Dan. I believe everyone has at least one thing for which to be thankful every day and generally a lot more than that. We just have to remember to notice them and people always appreciate a heart-felt “Thank you.” Today I got to thank the nurse at my parents’ primary doctor’s office for her kindness to them and to ask her to pass my thanks on to the doctor, who spent a very long time with them when we last went in, even well into his lunch hour, something to appreciate in a time when it’s often “get in and get out.” Thanks for reminding me to be thankful, Dan.

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