“Music and the arts are part of the fabric of New York City. Let’s all make music—from our roofs and windows—to come together as a great city and to honor the workers risking their health to keep New York safe and functioning.”— Frank London
“The miracle is this: the more we share, the more we have.”– Leonard Nimoy
In the last 281 days, I’ve found my voice, I’ve lowered my stress level, I’ve found many, many things to get excited about, and I’ve discovered all of you lovely people. I honestly can’t imagine my life without you anymore, and I’d like to thank you for everything you do for me, for your support, your input, your kindness, your comments, your likes, your astute observations, and your valid arguments. You make me feel heard, and this Thanksgiving, you make me feel great gratitude for you all.
P.S. Don’t worry. A very special holiday episode of Etsomnia will be posted tomorrow!
I have had the good fortune to know a few of our men and women who have done active duty, and I can say they are some of the most exceptional people I’ve ever met. This is in recognition of their service and their humanity.
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