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People Talk: What are you grateful for this Thanksgiving?

 

Linda Spinella, Loomis: “I’m just grateful to be earthbound. My family are all deceased. It’s just me. I’m also grateful to have a job.”

Kathy Rogers, Cameron Park: “I’m grateful for my family. I just lost my mother-in-law last week, and I’m particularly grateful for the love and support of friends.”

Lara Neal, Roseville: “I’m grateful that my son’s healthy. That’s been an issue lately.”

 

Robin Mizell, El Dorado Hills: “I’m thankful that my family business is successful. I’m also grateful for balance. Last years was about getting to find balance. This year I’m thankful for the health of my husband and I. We both lost a lot of weight and feel much better.”

 

Bob Striker, Cameron Park: “I’m grateful to recognize a God of our creator that provides everything we need.”

 

 

 

 

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  1. This year more than ever, I’m grateful for family and friends.

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