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Give Thanks

Monday, October 10, 2005

Today is Thanksgiving Day in Canada. My husband is preparing the whole Thanksgiving turkey dinner, complete with homemade stuffing and vegetables, as his thanks to me. For that I surely give thanks. My in-laws will be over this aft., and it will be hectic, as these things usually are. It's raining to beat the band and the puddles in the backyeard are huge; I think I'll go out and splash with my 4 year old a little later.
So anyway, here's my thankful list:
1. a healthy happy family
2. living in Canada
3. great home
4. great job
5. great outlook for the future
What more could anyone ask for??

  1. Blogger nuala said:

    My Husband and I came up with a name for your emptying the garbage cans phobia - we thought since it's actually an aversion to feeling like a janitor (or it seemed that way to us), it should be called janiphobia.

  1. Blogger Dr. Deborah Serani said:


    Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours. So funny that we share the similar traditions but a month or so apart. Your list of thankful things was so warm to read.


  1. Blogger Heidi said:

    Happy Thanksgiving fellow Canadian!

    Sounds like a wonderful list to be greatful for. :)

    The only Turkey I had today was stuffed in a pita pocket..lol

  1. Blogger Cathy said:

    Dr. Deb;
    Yes, I often wish that our Thanksgiving were a little later on; it always seems so early to me.
    sad that you only had a pita pocket, but on the bright side, I'm sure it was a lot less work, easier to clean up and you probably ate it in about the same amount of time that we gobbled down our meal that took all day to prepare and all evening to clean up!

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