We have lived in the United States for 10 years now. The Thanksgiving holiday has always been different for us because we still celebrate Canadian Thanksgiving in October. With no family around we have spent various years with friends, but usually it is just us. This year we are going all out, I’m even cooking a (free range, lived-life-to-the-fullest) turkey breast for the boys in the house along with the traditional Celebration Roast (made of grains).
I am thankful for everyone who reads my blog, everyone who supports my artistic efforts, my friends, my family in Canada, London, Hong Kong and the US and especially my little family right here, who I love dearly.
(oh, and I’m thankful for picnik as it lets me do ridiculous things to my photos!)