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Happy Canadian Thanksgiving (a couple days early)

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I still have a couple days to create a meal for my Joel. :luv: It will have to be on Sunday though...I have to work Monday. :(

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Happy Thanksgiving to all the Canadians.

I am gonna miss mom's big Thanksgiving dinner again this year. :(

I really miss food from home. Southern food is just so different. :P


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Happy Thanksgiving to all the Canadians.

I am gonna miss mom's big Thanksgiving dinner again this year. :(

I really miss food from home. Southern food is just so different. :P

come on, some chicken fried chicken should do for Canadian thanksgiving! ;)

Methinks we'll do a boneless turkey breast roast.....or turkey soup, depending on how tired I am Monday ;)


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I'm thankful for my Canadian husband, even though he's 500 miles away in Toronto and I haven't seen him since March.

I'm thankful for this past year, even though it has been difficult to be a celibate newlywed.

I'm thankful that I'm still young enough to reinvent my life, making big changes that affect so many people.

Most of all, I'm thankful to the God of second chances. His sense of humour is so refined that he has gone along with all my nutty plans and has granted my prayers.

Happy Thanksgiving to all you Canucks, eh?


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Happy thanksgiving everyone - even if your turkey diner is one from a memory:-). Be thankful if you are with your loved one - and if you are not, be thankful for having your loved one and knowing you will be reunited soon.

Have a wonderful day.


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Going to my 2nd Thanksgiving dinner in two days. Will also have leftovers for the next week.

:BloatedStomachSmiley:

I'm partial to US Thanksgiving as it was the day that I met my fiance in real life for the first time. :)

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happy Thanksgiving everyone, a wee bit early! :)


*Cheryl -- Nova Scotia ....... Jerry -- Oklahoma*

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Jan 27, 2014 NOA received and cheque cashed

Feb 13, 2014 Biometrics scheduled

Nov 7, 2014 NOA received and interview scheduled


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