From fall colours to citizenship, so much to be thankful for this Thanksgiving weekend

Thanks for these thoughts, it certainly makes me think a little more deeply about being Canadian.

Robby Robin's Journey

One of the nicest things about the timing of Canadian Thanksgiving is that it comes during this beautiful though fleeting season of autumn. It’s the time of year when nature paints the trees in stunning shades of reds, golds, yellow, and every combination in between. It’s the time of year where around every turn you see yet another tree that takes your breath away. It’s the time of year when you can’t decide which colour is your favourite or which particular tree in town is your favourite. Or whether a single tree, standing alone in its splendor, is more beautiful or a whole hillside full of colour. It’s the time of year when you can’t decide whether the leaves glow more in the sun or just after a rain. What an amazing gift of nature.

Trees outside my kitchen window, my favourite fall leaf colour

When I was growing up…

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