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Believe it or not, Thanksgiving’s just around the corner! Have you already started thinking about what you’re thankful for? If not, you can add ModCloth to the list!
This turkey day we’re hosting our first ever Thanksgiving Thank-a-Thon Blog Contest, and we want to hear who or what you’re thankful for! Write a post thanking that special something or someone on your blog, mention the contest in your post, and then share it with us for a chance to win $100 gift certificates for you and the person you thanked!
As always, we can’t wait to see what you guys cook up! So put on your thanking caps and thank away!
For full contest rules, check out our Contest and Comments Guidelines!
I’m thankful for this contest. There’s the link.
Here’s the link to my blog post about being thankful !
Thank you for the opportunity, such a cool prize !
At age 11 I was diagnosed with scoliosis, a muscular disorder causing your spine to curve into a permanent “S” shape. About 5 years later, it progressed to such an intense curve (80 degrees) that a major surgery was required before it got to a 90 degree curve and I was forever crippled. It was a very very painful surgery and required much attention and careful procedures. My mom stayed with me through and through, pre-surgery, during of course, and post-surgery. She was there to help me walk, get in and out of chairs, my bed, and vehicles. My mother made a great sacrifice for my bettering and I couldn’t thank her more for being there for me and making my recovery as smooth as possible.
I tagged the contest.
is multiple entries allowed?
I’m entering this contest because I have someone in my life that I am truly thankful for and I want him to be acknowledged. I have been living with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus since grade school. My Lupus started to attack my kidneys as I was a young adult. I started chemotherapy to prevent Lupus from damaging my kidneys.Chemotherapy was the worst experience I have ever gone through. I was a miserable and depressed girl…until I met my present boyfriend, Sam. He was the only person who understood me, comforted me and he even refused to end the relationship when I tried to because I was suffering from depression and wanted him to meet a “normal” girl. When I lost my hair, I broke up with him and he left my house very upset. He came back with a shaver and shaved his head at my house to show me that he could care less about me not having hair. He even bought me a wig when I was too insecure to step out bald because of all the sympathy looks I was getting. Although, it was ugly and the person who sold him the wig totally ripped him off, I appreciated the thought and am forever thankful to him. Whenever I think about it, I can’t help but tear up from his sentiments and be thankful for my boyfriend. It meant a lot to me that I had someone who was willing to stick this out with me. He kept on reminding me that treatment would pass and I would one day be healthy when all I could think about was my treatment. I wake up everyday thankful for my boyfriend and wondering how did I get to be so fortunate enough to meet someone like him. I can’t help but fall more and more in love with him.
does a myspace blog count? I know what I want to write about, but that’s the only real blog I have. I could go on blogspot, but does making a whole blog for this one contest count?
Just wondering 🙂
I’m about to get sappy on ya here in the Thankgiving Thank-A-Thon Blog Contest.
Iâ€™m going to be so honest here. My mother should be recognized by President Obama as Mother of the Century, even though we still have 91 years of potentially better mothers left. My mother took on her role before I even had a birthday. She took care of me as a fetus by never drinking alcohol or smoking or taking drugs. Before I was born, my head caught on one of her bones, and she accepted being C-sectioned to prevent me from being paralyzed. She took a giant scar for me, before I had even proved myself a person worthy of such great sacrifice. She did the same thing for my brother, four years later. When my brother was tagged autistic at just age 2, my mother brought in therapists. When public and private schools and CHURCHES would literally ban my brother from attending due to his autism, my mother didnâ€™t leave him home with a babysitter. She searched far and wide for a school that would accept him, and she found that school, 25 miles away. My brother was only 3, and my mother cried at the bus stop, but she placed him on that bus because she knew she was sending him to a place of hope. She had hope for this boy ever since â€œautismâ€ was first suggested. She made my brother feel accepted by finding boys who truly appreciated his friendship, and she invited them to birthday parties filled with imagination and fueled by her craftiness. She made my brotherâ€™s infatuations, which are characteristically long-term, come to life. My mother made a career out of parent liaison work with parents of special needs children. She organized community events that produced epic attendance, and raised awareness for just-as-confused parents of children who they loved, but were baffled by. When I practiced my way to the National Spelling Bee in 2000, my mother spent her entire afternoon, five days a week, testing me on complicated words. She introduced me to spelling bees by taking me to one. She knew I was talented at spelling. When we moved to another state, I grew depressed, and my depression grew further into anorexia. My mother saw my symptoms before anyone else I was close to, and she searched with her noteworthy â€œnever quitâ€ attitude for a doctor who specialized in eating disorders. She found me a nutritionist and a psychologist to cover any and every ground I may slip away from. I dropped to 97 pounds, and my mother prayed every night for my survival. Although I think it was seeing her face reflecting and foreshadowing all the pain she would have that spoke to me. She loved me above and beyond. When my brother finally got diagnosed with autism officially, my mom found him behavior classes, special links to help in school, and accelerated classes, because we all discovered soon after that he was a savant. My mother prepared me for college and sustained me though it with phone calls every other day and weekly cards that I believe now could fill out an entire Encouragement section in Hallmark. She sustained my brother through high school graduation, and now heâ€™s in the Honors Program with a scholarship at a university, all due to her. And to think she did all of this as a woman without her father, without her mother, and with intense fibromyalgia: three things that she chooses to look upon as empowerment. I have to be thankful for that, and then I still am completely indebted to her forever.
tagged it. happy reading.
I wrote about my boyfriend’s mom :]
First post. I linked back. 🙂
Thank you for making the contest, by the way. It’s a good way to make us all remember who we’re thankful for, especially since there’s a nice little gift certificate of encouragement.
I thank the Thanksgiving Thank-a-thon Blog Contest for inspiring me to thank my “mama”, who let me walk around in her burgundy snakeskin pumps at the age of 4 and gave me a perm at the age of 6. (Hey, it was the early ’90s for gosh sakes!) Therefore, I thank her for my love of fashion and personal style!
PS: I posted a link to the contest on my Facebook page! 🙂 <3
I am thankful for my twilight jacket I found on Mod Cloth!
I tagged the contest!
Hope this goes through! Happy Thanksgiving!
I got the notice that ModCloth would be doing a contest on what I’m thankful, for a chance to win a 100 gift certificate. In turn, I wanted to make mine the best. So, where should I start? I want it to be good. It just seems weird to say what I’m thankful for, to benefit myself. Sounds weird. But. I’m going to. I am thankful for all of the things that offer me and escape. The music that is in my life. The art. All things offer me to go to a place where no one judging anyone. I’m thankful to have things in my life that say the things that I don’t know normally how to. Which is why my MySpace is filled with quotes, pictures, art, everything like that. It says all the things I want to without trying. The music and art have shaped the world as we know it. It is the one thing that still remains limitless. There are no limitations. No one keeping you down. The only way that will happen is if you choose that. To be controlled by the giant labels and being told when to be inspired, when to make music, write, paint, everything. It’s sad. I’m glad that indiependant artists are out there. They’re trying to go out there and make honest music. The main music is okay. No passion. People singing other’s thoughts. That doesn’t sound right. The unabridged passion of Kimya Dawson, and others are what keep me going. They bring meaning to my life. Music is something that I would never want to lose. I’m thankful for music. I’m thankful for the art of things. It puts a fist in The Man’s face and says I really don’t care. My values are my values. My thoughts are my thoughts. And my heart is my heart. These are my works to prove so.
Inspired for ModCloth’s blog contest.
The link to that blog that I posted on my MySpace is here: http://blogs.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendId=43901269&blogId=517856201
I think you’ll find this ModCloth contest and my blog today were made for each other!
My friend is Saand Choden. Thanks to her and to you.
I’ve tagged the contest. Happy Thanksgiving, ModCloth and ModCloth shoppers!
This is a direct link to the post.
I would like to thank my boyfriend Darrian. We’ve hit rock bottom so many times but everytime you’ve been there for me. You helped me through school, finding a job, when I was having family issues, and so much more. You even brought me ice cream at 3 o’clock in the morning. You would take the hour drive every weekend just to see me and hold me in your arms. I dont think anyone has every cared for me that much.I know I keep hurting you.. and I’m sorry, I’m just grateful that you’re still here because you love me. I was truly blessed to have someone like you brought into my life. . I am SOOOOOO very thankful for yo.u especially since I’m going through the hardest times in my life.I love you. && Thank You SOOOO much. =]
Thank you Lily and Henry. You made me a mama. You made me relax and understand that I can clean up smooshed peas, have strech marks like a silvery tiger and watch two hours of constant Elmo and still have balance. Thank you for teaching me what is important-I didnt’ know how wrong I was till you came along!
Also, attached to above after reading the rules, I say yay Thanksgiving Thank-a-Thon Blog Contest
Besides being thankful for my family and God, I am most thankful for my bestest best friend, Erin; she’s not just my best friend, she’s my bestest best friend. Over the past five years, she has become the sister I never had, and my life would not be the same without her–I would not be the same without her. She’s been there for me through break-ups and surgeries, and I’ve done the same for her. Even though “thank you’s” aren’t really used much when it comes to our relationship (because it’s just known that we’re thankful), it’s sometimes nice to say it. So once again, thank you Erin for being my bestest best friend and putting up with my crazy antics :).
Thank you ModCloth for giving me the opportunity to thank my loved ones. http://modcloth.wpengine.com/2009-11-09-thanksgiving-thank-a-thon-blog-contest?utm_source=NL_thanksgiving-blog-contest_11-9-09&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=thanksgiving-blog-contest
YAY for modcloth! I tagged you 🙂
this one was a pleasure to enter!!
Here is my entry for the contest – I linked back.
*crosses her fingers*
For the Thank-A-Thon Blog Contest:
I would like to thank the designers from MODCLOTH and MODCLOTH in it’s entirety!
Everything they do is b-e-a-utiful!
I really enjoy you clothing, and think that this is a great promotion for everyone!
I want to write about a special person in my life. this very important and VERY special person in my life is my sister! she is always there to help me through my struggles and is a wonderful person!! my sister just turned 19, she si simply the greatest person in my life. I dont think i tell her enough but i could never go a day or even a second without her in my life
1 thanks you so much kelsi and have a happy thanksgiving! i love you more than words can describe!!!
I tagged the contest.
Hi! my post/contest submission is up:
Here’s my entry! I linked back (I think!). Happy Thanksgiving, ModCloth!
Do you have to have a blog to enter this contest? I am blog-less, but full of gratitude! What’s a girl to do?
Thanks for giving us an oppertunity to express our thanks.
Hope you all have a wonderful month of thanks!
For a good time, check out my blog.
here you go.
Oooo for the contest!!
I’ll be entering this comp in my next post woooh! Haha.
here is my entry 🙂
Here is my entry!
I wish you happy Thanksgiving!!
Here’s my entry:
what a great idea!
I hope this is good enough~ Even if I don’t win, I still had fun writing it. 🙂
Here’s my thank-a-thon 🙂
Sincerely, begging, hoping and so on
TAGGING MODCLOTH, OVER!!! lol
Just bought my first modcloth items yesterday! Your site is amazing! Here is my entry for the contest
I tagged you 😉
i don’t have a blog but i do have a flickr account, can i still participate?
Here’s my entry & I linked back in the mention.
I am thankful for everything I have in my life even though are still bumps in the road. Also, my family because they are my biggest supporters and I wish everyone that they have a wonderful holiday season.
Just posted, please check it out!
Waiting waiting waiting….
Great contest !!
I am thankful for my mother. It may sound cheesy and ordinary, but through my time in design school she has been the only relative to support me emotionally. She took the time to understand how much something you love can tear you apart. Not to mention Iâ€™m recently engaged and sheâ€™s trying to smooth things out with my dad. No matter how mad we get at each other she always has my back; weâ€™re a team. And I am so thankful that she got to be my mom..
Modcolth is sooo amazing!
I finally did it right! Thanks modcloth! Love you!
My thanks are simple. I’m thankful for my health, my family and friends. Also, that I am able to give back to my community through community work and donations to charities. I own my own business and each year I collect for Toys for Tots and my local food bank and the no kill animal shelters and wildlife rescues here in the San Antonio area.
Danke, grazie, et merci!
I posted my blog, made a link back to the contest, and tagged it as well. It’s like one of the very few that are practually public on my private. 😮
Please check it out, it’s very important to me.
Thanx for this awesome contest and opportunity to spread some early hoilday cheer!
Hey ModCloth 🙂
Just wanna say this is a really cool contest
Here’s my link: http://insaneramblings16.blogspot.com/2009/11/what-im-thankful-for.html
i’m thankful for this!!
Thanks ModCloth! This was truly an inspiration!
Although i do not have a scary disease, nor did my parents risk their lives for me, but I am greatful for many things. I am greatful for living in a safe neighborhood, and growing up not fearing for my life. Neither of my parents graduated from college, but they both work their butts off for us. My father, my hero, works from five o’clock in the morning untill nine o’clock at night. All of this he does for us, his family without complaint. My mother works as a manager at our local elementry school’s cafateria. I love my mother and am greatful to have her as my best friend and as a great mother, someone who i can alsways talk to. I know not many people have this connection with their parents, and I am very happy for the fact. I live such a great life, and I wanted to tell Thanksgiving Thank-a-Thon Blog Contest about my life, and the amazing people who are in my life and how extremely greatful i am
I hope a facebook page is okay to use as a blog. 🙂
Great contest idea! I hope this amateur blogger has a chance!
and of course, my link…
ooops. I did it wrong the first time…
For the Thanksgiving Thank A Thon Blog Contest, I AM THANKFUL FOR MYSELF. I WAS ATTACKED BY MY BOYFRIEND OF 4 YEARS THIS PAST MAY AND I SURVIVED AND LEFT HIM. I AM THANKFUL FOR THE ABILITITY TO LOVE MYSELF ENOUGH TO GET OUT AND STAY OUT!!!
Jenny from Lovely At Your Side checking in with what I’m thankful for!!
Thank you Modcloth for giving me the chance to win this.
i tagged it, please visit. i worked hard (:
Thank you for the contest, what a great idea!
I’m thankful for Project Runway opening me up to fun styles like the paper bag waistline! I am also thankful for Mod Cloth’s oh so cute Concord Drape Dress!!!
i’m thankfully everyday that my little brother is still alive. and for alison for giving the this link for this amazing website. lol
What a great contest! My post:
I am thankful for my sister and our website! Check it out, http://www.lovelyatyourside.com/2009/11/lovely-and-smitten-thanksgiving.html
oh…and for The Smitten Kitten Coat!
There is no sob story of an inconceivable illness, long-lost sibling, or super best friend. I’m thankful for something greater than all of us… genuine compassion and the animals that inspire it.
Big props for inspiring more than a blog post – but also a little much need reflection and appreciation.
Thank you for holding this contest. The link to my blog entry is as follows:
Thank you 🙂
i am thankful for my mom and dad cuz they are awssssssooooommmmeee!!!!i am also thankful for jesus and god because they have blessed me with such a wonderful family and three big brothers to protect me:)im thankful for my mom and dad cuz they buy me food and clothes and take great care of me. we have a wonderful house and everything you could ask for so thank you mom =,dad,brothers and grandma and grandpa:::))))
thanks for having this contest. even if i don’t win, it’s really gotten me into the november spirit.
Thank G-D i dont have any serious illness or disease to write about, and thank G-D i can’t really complain about my life. These are things to be thankful for.
I am thankful to everyone who has made an impact on my life. my friends who encourage me to be more outgoing,to study for my tests, to help me out when i am down and to keep me sane. the strangers on the street who do kind things like hold open doors when i have too many packages to hold. I am thankful to the doormen in my building who call me in the morning when my school bus comes, to my camp counselors who learned with me all summer in Israel, to the authors who have written my favorite books, and to the teachers who have taught me the knowledge i use everyday. I am thankful for my aunt who tutors me in math, and my uncle who take me fun places. i am thankful for my siblings who make life worth living, and i am thankful for my parents who have given me a life to live. i am thankful for my grandmothers who help out my parents all the time with my younger siblings. i am thankful for my neighbors and for all the members of my congregation. i am thankful for all the entertainers out there who sing and i am thankful for all the public service employees who keep my home clean and running. i am thankful for all the good people in the world who make the world worth living in. i am thankful for everyone
I’m under 18, but I asked my mom if she’d let me do this, and she said it’s fine… I mean, I don’t have a signed permission form or anything, but I did ask her.
I love you all!
A Thank-A-Thon tribute to the wonder that is “the crush”…
This is where my submission resides!
Thank YOU Modcloth for giving me the initiative to do this. 🙂
I am thankful to everyone who’s ever given a hug to someone who needs it, who ever gave their time or cash to help someone in need, to anyone who’s every stuck by someone even when the simpler thing to do was walk away. I am thankful for the people who give others a second chance, and the people who looked beyond beuty to find a greater personality. I’m thankful for the people who gave up their dreams to help someone in need.
sorry, i changed my url. it is up now.
wrong again. this one works.
ok, last time, this url works for sure, please follow & comment.
I decided to be a little different, and write about an organization that deserves recognition (not that im not thankful for family & ppl around me). What I wrote doesn’t cover how great an animal shelter they are, but it gives people a general understanding (from a cat room volunteer’s point of view). (I put this on my own blog, so that’s why it has a funny name :})
i am definately most thankful for my grandmother because she has always been there for me and totally amazing. every time i had a problem she was there to help through always being understanding and never freaking out on me. she always knows the exact right things to say to me to make everything all right. she is loving, caring, and bebeautiful. i am so blessed to have someone as wonderful as her in my life and would never trade her for anything.
Hi ModCloth. Love this contest. Here’s what I’m most thankful for:
Hi Modcloth! Here is my thanksgiving entry:
Thank you so much for having this contest!
Here’s my entry.
It’s a little long, I’m sorry!
Thanks for opening up this contest; it’s really generous and really made me sit down and think. It was really hard choosing what to write about!
I posted a blog on my facebook!
For My Grandma:
tagged back; happy reading!
I already submitted this once, but I don’t see it. 🙁
Great contenst 🙂
My blog entry is here http://wonderland.starma.co.uk/?p=581
I wrote about a really great friend of mine who has severe & multiple learning disabilities. He’s kind of awesome x
here is my entry! 🙂
I wrote about my family 🙂
My blog entry :). Tagged back.
i am very thankful for my year 4 teacher mr wilson. i am thankful for the awesome science experiments, fun and education he did with us. the best thing is, that he is the reason i got into art and inventing things. the education was challenging! nr wilson even let me and my friends have lolly partys during lunch and recess. we usually let him taste them first. he was very generous as well because when he went overseas for a vacation, he bought us all a gift! thank you mr wilson!
Thank you for the contest! It prompted me to write, and that in itself is prize enough. Here is my submission.
Thank you, Tech Support! :^D
There are so many entries! This was an amazing idea, everyone needs to stop and say thanks once an a while.
Here’s my entry. Thank you for this lovely contest.
I am psyched about this holiday, and love this site!
Two wins in one!
What what! 🙂
Here is my entry: http://wp.me/pu5KO-fe
By the way, this is the third time I’ve commented, yet they never show up. 🙁
Thankful for my best friends. And grilled cheese sandwiches.
Here’s my entry… hope you enjoy it 🙂
Happy Turkey Day Modcloth!!!
Thank you ModCloth, enjoy the thankful entries!
I love how you do holiday related things!
Here is mine!! Thank you for giving us yet another reason to be appreciative 🙂
Here is my entry
I’m thanking an entire people!!
Thank you ModCloth!
ModCloth, you are great and I am so “great”ful for you! 🙂
Here is my blog entry on the people I am thankful for in my life!
I submitted mine yesterday but still don’t see it up here, so I’ll give it another go just in case!
Thanks again ModCloth 😀
Thank you for giving me a reason, the motivation, and the courage to write this piece. It was something I’ve needed to say for a long time now.
Thank you for inspiring me to write this post! What an amazing idea.
i’m not sure if my comment went through days ago, so here is the link again. hope i’m not late!
Thank you for motivating me to give a good friend some heart felt thanks. Here’s my entry:
I love my sister!!
Thank YOU, modcloth!
I know i’m late… but here is mine!
Very outstanding website.
The message here is really useful.
I will invite my friends.
Here’s mine… and oh how I love you guys. My fingers are crossed!
Hi people, it’s Thanksgiving Day! I’m enjoying my extra day off, and I am planning to doing something fun that will probably involve a car trip and seeing something new in Plum I haven’t seen yet.
You write something new at Thanksgiving?
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