Today is Thanksgiving in Canada. It’s not on a day (as in the US), but on the Monday of a long weekend. Because people often have to travel that Monday to be back at work on Tuesday, people most often meet and eat at other times. It’s really a Thanksgiving weekend!
We had 22 for (sit-down!) dinner last night, plus 1-year-old Kiki. It’s an annual event, bringing together our extended community family: our friends and their kids and the kids’ kids. It’s my favourite festivity of the year and last night was one of the best. May you all be so lucky!
I took this photo of our driveway a few weeks ago, when the tress were at their glory. Now the forest is in transition from golden to grey: I love it when the ground is covered with bright leaves and the contours of the hills become slowly visible.
On-line classes have such wonderful potential: there are 15,000 enrolled in this one from all around the world. Imagine!