HAPPY THANKSGIVING, CANADA!

HAPPY THANKSGIVING, CANADA!

It’s a beautiful Autumn day here in Nova Scotia … well, if you ignore that it’s overcast. I don’t mind because we enjoyed a fabulous September, and so far October isn’t even as cold as in many past years.

There is much for which to be thankful.  A few for me:

  • My husband entered early retirement October 1;  Yay!
  • He is stiff and sore but no serious injuries to himself or his vehicle when another vehicle hit him from behind after the one behind it didn’t stop;
  • All our girls are living not far from us again, at least for awhile;
  • Dad is still with us at age 90, still knows us, and is in good cheer most of the time;
  • We’ll probably have 15 at our Thanksgiving table today to share a meal together.
  • There are SO MANY more things I thank God for I could go on and on and on.

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How about you? What are you thankful for today?

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6 responses to “HAPPY THANKSGIVING, CANADA!

  1. Happy Thanksgiving to you as well!! We all have so much to be thankful for. I am particularly thankful that my younger brother is recovering well from his third brain surgery. I am also thankful for my dear mother. And I´m thankful that we will see friends from Canada in Barcelona on Friday before we head out on a cruise. I could also go on and on!

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  2. Happy Thanksgiving to you, too, Lynn. Hope you have a wonderful time at your family dinner. My thankful list is long, too. Enjoy the leftovers!

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  3. Here’s one of many, Lynn! I’m thankful for you and your blog!! Happy Thanksgiving!

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