O’ Thank Cuteness

O’ Thank Cuteness! 2013

November 28, 2013

Can it really be three years since we started sharing our families with you (our other family)?  Quirks and all, our spouses, little people and pets are a huge part of why we work so hard on GenQ. And we’re no different than most of the q-niverse. We all love to share about the ones [...]

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Oh, Thank Cuteness! 2012

November 20, 2012

Last year, we celebrated the season of Thanksgiving (which lasts about a nanosecond, if the evergreen-wielding, retail-shopping crazies get their way) by sharing with you about all the people and things that give our life sweetness and spice. And a few dozen of you also climbed on the gratefulness bandwagon by posting links to your [...]

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Oh Thank Cuteness!–Scott

November 24, 2011

For the record, I am the least likely on the staff to use the term “cute,” but seeing as how my life at GenQ is a minimal testosterone environment, I had to take the Road to Cuteness.  I do, however, heartily embrace the Thanksgiving part of this week’s theme, and that’s why I asked for [...]

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Oh Thank Cuteness! — Melissa

November 23, 2011

A devotional story making the e-mail rounds several years ago talked about a florist who sold unusual bouquets for Thanksgiving: flowerless stemmed roses with thorns. In other words, sticks that poke you. The whole point was that you don’t really appreciate the blessings of your life unless you’ve bloodied your hands on a few thorns. [...]

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Oh Thank Cuteness: Megan

November 22, 2011

Approximately sixteen years ago, my then-boyfriend and I began discussing the possibility of getting married. We were pretty sure this was a forever-type thing we had gotten ourselves into and, being the radical, pinko commies we were at the time (now we’re just socialists), we would have been just as happy without an official marriage [...]

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Oh Thank Cuteness: Jake

November 21, 2011

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. There’s something about the utter simplicity of gratitude coupled with a shared gorge-fest that makes me forget about myself and remember instead all of the people who make my life whole. And, it’s the time when I especially remember never to take my gifts for granted. My biggest gift, the [...]

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