Monday, October 13, 2008

I am Thankful

This weekend was Thanksgiving here in Canada. I really like the idea of taking time to think about what we are thankful for. I try hard to always, let the people in my life know how much they mean to me. But we need to be reminded sometimes. I have many, many, things to be thankful for. All the usual, family and health etc. But I want to let the people I have met online know how thankful I am for them. We meet people online and they become friends. Frankly I may "see" some of you more often than I do my "real world" friends. You become part of my day and part of my life. I enjoy reading yours blogs and getting a small glimpse into your world and in essence, being a small part in your life.


Clane Gessel said...

Thankful to not be an american :).
I'd like dual citizenship, this country is making me nuts!

Anonymous said...

I've been thinking a lot about Thanksgiving too. It's not until the end of November here but I absolutely love it. It's such a great time for family to get together. And, you are right, it is also a great time to think about all the things we have to be thankful for. Someone told me not too long ago that we should always look for the blessing in things. It has changed my own attitude a lot. Especially since my father's recent passing and my mom's injury. There truly is a blessing in all things. So much to be thankful for -- thank you for reminding me.

GingerLouise said...

Thanks for the comment on my blog, I usually try very hard not to complain and to be thankful. Happy Thanksgiving, I never knew you celebrated that in Canada. I thought it was an American holiday. Do you celebrate it the same way we do? I agree with you too, I adore all the woman I am meeting on line, there so different then the friends I have in "real life".