I love hearing from those who read my blog. I love getting a notification that someone has responded to what I have to say with a comment. Sometimes however, I get some odd comments and then I know that either a robot is trying to make contact or that someone in the industry does not like what I have to say. Either way, I enjoy reading these comments and contacts from my readers. I know that my topic is not a topic that many people rush off to read. There are those of us that do love reading about this topic. I remember when I first started down this path and I was reading Final Rites: Reclaiming the American Way of Death. I would read it on my phone at work when I should have been making sales calls or late into the night when I should have been sleeping. My husband asked me what was I reading with such intensity. When I told him, he did not know what to make of it all. I think he still might not understand my fascination. Suffice it to say, not everyone finds this topic so fascinating that she would write about it for four and a half years. Today, I thank everyone who walks with me on this journey for however long you desire to travel this path with me. I thank those who leave little notes behind on my posts. These comments let me know that I have made a person stop and think at least a little bit about death and the industry. I thank those of you who if they spot an error in my text contact me to fix the mistake. I live with dyslexia and I love to write, so there is always the hazard of making some slight mistake in spelling or word use. Thank you very much. Thank you to those who share my posts. This helps me reach those who I might not have had the chance to reach. We are about to enter into the big holidays. Things get rough for so many of us. Today, I wanted to take the time before the rush to thank you all for the little ways that you help buoy me along this wild road. Thank you.