I'm thankful for Craigslist! Yes I am. It's the best thing since sliced bread.
You post a for-sale ad online, directed to people in your locale. It's free. People buy your stuff and pay cash. It's a win-win situation.
Or you read other people's ads and find bargains. Tonight somebody on my local Craigslist has five piggies for $5 each. That's like free, folks. Cliff's at work, so I guess somebody else will be the lucky buyer. We won't even talk about all the $300 horses.
And then, there's THIS. It's a professional meat grinder just like the one in the butcher shop where Cliff used to work. For a fraction of the original cost. We need it because of another thankful: the grandson knows someone with three hogs, ready to butcher. They will give us one, if Cliff will butcher all three in his shop. And they'll come and wrap their own meat.
I'm very thankful, even though I'm sure the meat grinder is already gone.
Craigslist is worth its weight in gold in entertainment value, if nothing else. I can dream, can't I?