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Thanksgiving in Canada is the second Monday of October. If we are lucky, the weather will be without snow, as is the case this year. For me, this day is one that accentuates all of the things that I give thanks for, every day.
Over the years, I find my list of the people, places and things I appreciate continues to grow. They all resonate with three important things: where I was raised, how I was raised, and who raised me. A lifestyle and upbringing I consider myself lucky to have been gifted with.
I have chosen twenty thankful thoughts from the lengthy list I have compiled in my lifetime, and they all could be expounded on in volumes. However, on this Thanksgiving Day, a single sentence is a reminder for me to reflect on how fortunate I am.
I am often heard to say, “Where I am from guides me on my journey to where I go.”
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Ann Edall-Robson is an author and award-winning photographer
Airdrie Public Library
Animals Teach Lessons
Ann Edall Robson Photography
Barn Cat Buttons Series
Birds In My Canadian Backyard
Capturing Moments Others May Never Get To Experience.
CarrotRanch Flash Fiction Challenge
Fine Art America
From Our Home To Yours
New Born Calves
Quiet Spirits Column
Remington Portable Typewriter
Sharing The Moment
The Quiet Spirits
Thoughts On Life
Warm Spring Rain
Where Memories Are Made