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Tomorrow is Thanksgiving. I am spending the day at home with my darling amazing wonderful husband, and we are going to cook and relax and enjoy each other's company.

I am thankful for many things this year, and at the risk of being too cliched by listing what I am thankful for, here is a cliched list of what I am thankful for this year:

My husband. How am I so lucky that I found the most amazing man and perfect partner in the world. Every day I am in awe that someone so wonderful fell in love with me. Our lives just fit together perfectly and there is no one I would rather spend time with in the world.

My brother! He's been a rock these last couple of months, and is SO supportive of me and my career. Also, I am thankful that we've been able to talk as much as we have, even across the continents.

The health of my family. It was great seeing Mom doing so well, and I have had zero trips to the hospital this year (unlike last year's 5 ER visits).

The safety of Christopher and Katie. They've had a hard first year in Africa, but they keep on going and never cease to inspire me with their commitment and dedication. I am happy they are safe there.

New job beginnings. Fuzzy is in a much better work environment now than he has been over the last several years. I am free of day job and I have never been happier. This is a new beginning for the both of us--doing what we love, following our passions and bringing our creative worlds to life.

Beloved friends. Oh man, I have the best friends, and so many of them. What a blessing. If ever I have a down day or feel insecure, I remember that I must be doing something right to be surrounded by so many incredible people.

Being free of depression. I can't tell you how many times I've said recently that I have never been happier.

Show openings and closings. Sparkle Hour opened Sunday, Boobs of the Dead closes Friday. Ongoing projects are popping up. Opportunities and exciting things are around the corner.

Exciting trips in our future. Next year we are going to Denver, NYC, New Orleans, Paris. I can't wait.

My cats! Yes, my cats.

I am thankful that we have a warm(ish) home and food to eat. My heart goes out to those who don't have these things.

Laughter and humor. The best part about being a comedian? Getting to laugh all the time.

And so much more. I really have a remarkable life.

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

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You are very blessed!