What are you thankful for? It feels good to take a moment to acknowledge all of the wonderful things we have in our lives! In theory Thanksgiving should be a time of reflection, on the rich history of our country, and on all of the spectacular people, pets, experiences, and memories we hold dear. Of course, all too often, Thanksgiving sneaks up on us with the whirlwind of our busy lives and amongst the winter holidays that seem to start earlier and earlier each year. WallPops Dry-Erase Message Boards make sharing your appreciations easy. Leave a note on the wall and make someone’s day. A message board can truly make a community space where keeping in touch is stylish and fun. Enjoy this short video to get a glimpse into how one family uses their Bali dry-erase message board at home!

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