Not too corny at all, and I would definitely add a great big "Hear, hear!" to that, and feel tree-mendously (ha-ha!) deep gratitude for all the wonderfuly folks at G2G, and also hundreds more who have done so much to lay the groundwork for our shared family tree to come together as it does. I realize that for every name and person we get to know, there are literally dozens if not hundreds more here at WikiTree who are working so diligently and with such big hearts and generous souls that we are able to see something truly stunning, inspiriing and breath-taking in our great big WikiTree family tree.
WikiTree is often my go-to place on the internet to de-stress--and it's so wonderful most entirely because of all the wonderful people here. I love the gorgeous photos WikiTreers share. I love the sharing of some truly puzzling brick walls--many of which I feel humbled by and that seem a bit out of my league--but often, I read with amazement how WikiTree members break through those brick walls, one brick at a time.
I've also felt immensely grateful to WikiTree members for assisting me in helping myself and family members and friends break through stuck points in their genealogy, and for the help I've received here at WikiTree, frankly, words fail.
So thanks to you all--not just the G2G community, but some of those quiet WikiTreers, off in the background, too shy to say "Hi" but working dilligently away. Each and every one of you is awesome, and soooo appreciated!