About a month ago, I launched a Patreon campaign. Launch was both enlightening and moving. Asking for help is hard. And sometimes when it comes, it’ll come from people you don’t expect, which will be inexplicably emotional and meaningful, though you’ll be hard-pressed to name the meaning.
Today, Patreon asked all its creators to participate in the #ThankYouPatrons campaign. To thank mine, I stocked the LFP Pilot with fixings for Thanksgiving sides, including recipes.
I spelled one patron’s name wrong and left another off entirely. (Thank you, too, Susan Hartman.) But these folks didn’t help me because I don’t need help. They helped because I do. #ThankYouPatrons