In honour of Canadian Thanksgiving (a side note for any American readers – Thanksgiving in Canada is held in October to reflect our earlier harvest, not just because we insist on being different) …
You can always count on Maxine for the best inappropriate humour around!! I love this one.
Enjoy your holiday.
Thanks! Hope you’re having a good weekend, too.
Totally hilarious! So, do you get a week off of school like the kids do here for our Thanksgiving later in November? Do you guys do the whole nine yards as far as turkey dinner, etc? Sometimes I forget that we are in different countries, Holly. 🙂 Maycee was all excited to read on her calendar that is was the Canadian Thanksgiving yesterday, ha, ha. She came out of her room after we got home from work/school and exclaimed, “Mom, did you know that Canada is celebrating Thanksgiving today?!” Of course, I saw it on my calendar, too, but wasn’t sure for the reason, and I thtought to myself how cool it is that I have a Canadian friend through this wonderful world of blogging. XOXO-SWM
That’s great that Maycee recognized the notation on her calendar!! We only get a day off for Thanksgiving, just the Monday. Most families go all out with the meal (we did) – turkey, stuffing, potatoes, turnips, gravy, veggies, ham, apple pie, pumpkin pie….I’m still full!!
It was a great holiday this year. I am so grateful for all my friends…near, far and through the world wide web.
Big hugs, Holly
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