Here's wishing everyone a happy Thanksgiving weekend. By noon today the streets were already starting to fill with commuter traffic heading home, getting an early start on the holiday weekend. I picked up Thanksgiving groceries earlier in the week, so needless to say I am not disappointed in the least to not be battling the crowds or the huge lineups. We'll be holding our Thanksgiving dinner on Sunday this year, as opposed to the traditional Monday feast. This time last year N. and I were on a mini-break getaway in Nashville, Tennessee, driving back in time to cook and serve a full turkey dinner on Thanksgiving Day...wow, how the year has flown. This year it will just be the boy and I for dinner, as both of us are currently residents of Singleville. Regardless, we both have an abundance of things in our lives to be thankful for - not least of which, is each other. It's been a great year so far and as we enter into the start of the festive season, it promises to be an exciting period for us both.
Happy Thanksgiving to all my Canadian family and friends.