...we're being the typical-friendly-Canadians today and inviting our new neighbour (a professor visiting from Montana) over for dinner.
...and as not-so-typical-Canadians, we have already planned out American Thanksgiving next month.
My husband has American relatives, so since we've been together, it's become natural to celebrate both Thanksgivings. When we lived in Calgary, Alberta, we even drove all the way to Birch Bay, WA for American Thanksgiving... a 14 hour drive through mountains, snow, ice, with our cat in the car (who escaped at a gas station around midnight. Thankfully he is fully trained to stop/come back when I call him).
So, Happy Thanksgiving to all those celebrating today, and for those who aren't, I hope you'll take a few minutes today to reflect on everything you're thankful for in your lives.
Aren't you just the best neighbors? That's very nice.ReplyDelete
Happy Thanksgiving to you and yes, I'm so very thankful for all the things in my life.
It was pretty good :) I give myself a 8.5/10 which isn't bad considering it's been 2 years since I made a big turkey dinner.Delete
...I'm sure Chipmunk is at the very top of that list? ;)
Lucky you to get two thanksgivings!ReplyDelete
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Yup, I loooooove turkey!Delete
Happy Canadian Thanksgiving :)ReplyDelete
I read your last post too; wow awesome stories from your grandparents. So cool to see family unexpectedly.
Thank you :) Thanksgiving is a wonderful holiday :)Delete
TWO Thanksgivings?!? Sounds like my dream!ReplyDelete
It's pretty great... ;)Delete
When I was little, I always wanted turkey as my birthday dinner too (which is 3 weeks before Canadian Thanksgiving), so adopting American Thanksgiving is a good replacement to fill my insatiable turkey craving ;)
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