Canadian Thanksgiving

 

I know that the vast majority of you aren’t Canadian, but I wanted to wish you all a Happy Canadian Thanksgiving anyways!  As a true lover of fall, I love autumnal foods and colours…  The way it gets colder and you just want to curl up with someone…  That said, we actually had a heat wave in Montreal over the weekend and it was nearly 30 degrees with the humidex on Saturday.  That’s not exactly cozy up under a blanket and drink mulled wine weather, now is it?

 

Oh well.  Regardless of the fact that it was less sweater weather, more summer dress weather, this time of year always has this special feeling for me.  It’s a feeling of warmth, and I feel like the idea of Thanksgiving is a very good representation of that feeling.

 

So, what am I thankful for this year?  Well, much like every year, I’m thankful for a lot.  I’m thankful for all the wonderful people in my life, I’m thankful for my family, I’m thankful that I have an incredible partner, I’m thankful that I have a fulfilling career and I’m thankful for all the amazing people I have met through what I do.  I’m very very grateful to have people like you in my life.   I don’t need a specific holiday to reflect on it, but in the spirit of the day, I thought I’d reiterate what I often say.  I appreciate you all so much.  Thank you.

10 thoughts on “Canadian Thanksgiving

  1. Cal84

    Happy North-of-the-Border Thanksgiving, Camille! Thanks for continuing to share your passions, pleasures, playfulness, profundity, and potent powerful positive porn proficiency. You are a gift and blessing. Thanks! :-)

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  2. Andrew39

    lol, you said heat wave and 30 degrees, i was like what?
    then i quickly remembered 30c = 86f lol
    glad your having a great holiday, i also enjoy Thanksgiving holiday.

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    1. Recque72

      Well I am in the US and am celebrating it with some Canadian friends. I am always game for good food, wine, and company.

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  3. old huang

    你们现在只有南瓜了吗?
    Do you only have pumpkins as the main food for the holiday?
    Happy the day!
    but what about the difference of Candian version of Thanksgiveing with other versions, if any?

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    1. Camille Post author

      No, it’s just one of the common icons, and squash and pumpkin are used in purees and pies. I’m not totally sure what the difference is, but they’re about a month apart. :)

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