I’m Thankful – Thanksgiving 2011

It Is Always Time To Be Thankful

Happy Thanksgiving to all of my Canadian friends and family.

I hope that you have all had a good weekend filled with food, drinks, sports, family, friends and whatever else you cherish.

Now that we’ve hit Monday, the extra day in this fantastic fall long weekend, I’m sitting and reading tweets and facebook statuses about people being thankful. So I think that it’s probably my turn to be thankful.

I’m thankful for my family and their support and laughs and the time that we get to spend together.

I’m thankful for my friends, new and old for being with me through times good, bad and otherwise.

I’m thankful for the city of Toronto and the way that her people have stood together to protect the things that they love.

I’m thankful for sports and the way that they entertain, distract, rise above and make my world a happier place.

I’m thankful for the internet and all of its messed up, crazy, upside down ways and also the opportunities that it provides.

I’m thankful for the opportunity to write. Whether it be here, at work, at photojunkie.ca or in random places that nobody has ever heard of.

I’m thankful for the chance to have a new phone that works and allows me to be productive, connected, entertained and part of the world all the time.

I’m thankful for TV. I love the stories, characters, writing and way that it can just take me away and bring me back all at the same time.

I’m thankful for music. I love music. All kinds of music. Without it I don’t know what a day would be like. Singing along, appreciating lyrics, loving a melody and building playlists.

I’m thankful for turkey, mashed, potatoes, gravy, cranberries and pie.

I’m thankful for you.

I hope that you have some time to think about the things that you are thankful for. And please remember that we don’t have to wait until Thanksgiving to reflect. In fact, I hope you don’t.

Enjoy your day kids. You deserve it.

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I’m Thankful – Thanksgiving 2011

It Is Always Time To Be Thankful

Happy Thanksgiving to all of my Canadian friends and family.

I hope that you have all had a good weekend filled with food, drinks, sports, family, friends and whatever else you cherish.

Now that we’ve hit Monday, the extra day in this fantastic fall long weekend, I’m sitting and reading tweets and facebook statuses about people being thankful. So I think that it’s probably my turn to be thankful.

I’m thankful for my family and their support and laughs and the time that we get to spend together.

I’m thankful for my friends, new and old for being with me through times good, bad and otherwise.

I’m thankful for the city of Toronto and the way that her people have stood together to protect the things that they love.

I’m thankful for sports and the way that they entertain, distract, rise above and make my world a happier place.

I’m thankful for the internet and all of its messed up, crazy, upside down ways and also the opportunities that it provides.

I’m thankful for the opportunity to write. Whether it be here, at work, at photojunkie.ca or in random places that nobody has ever heard of.

I’m thankful for the chance to have a new phone that works and allows me to be productive, connected, entertained and part of the world all the time.

I’m thankful for TV. I love the stories, characters, writing and way that it can just take me away and bring me back all at the same time.

I’m thankful for music. I love music. All kinds of music. Without it I don’t know what a day would be like. Singing along, appreciating lyrics, loving a melody and building playlists.

I’m thankful for turkey, mashed, potatoes, gravy, cranberries and pie.

I’m thankful for you.

I hope that you have some time to think about the things that you are thankful for. And please remember that we don’t have to wait until Thanksgiving to reflect. In fact, I hope you don’t.

Enjoy your day kids. You deserve it.

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