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TToT: A Tapestry of Blue – There Goes June, #10Thankful

“When the winds of change blow, some people build walls and others build windmills.” ~Chinese Proverb

This weekend, I have been here, celebrating Canada Day with family and we have the perfect spot for it, right near all the action of the day’s events.

Ten Things of Thankful

I’m thankful for our Ontario speeches being posted on Youtube.

I’m thankful to finally be taking an online creative writing class with a writer I admire.

Sonya Huber

I’m thankful for a walk through a downtown, town square, Thursday market.

I could smell fresh fruit/vegetables, garlic and spices, breads, soaps and we stopped, to sit and plunge our hands into the cool water of the fountain.

I’m thankful for fresh cherries.

I’m thankful for three/four person calls.

I’m thankful to live in a country, Canada, with accepting strong parents.

151 reasons why it’s better to be Canadian

I hadn’t even known about reason 118 until reading this.

I’m thankful to be someone’s go-to and trustworthy reader/editor, to look something over.

I’m thankful for a week of peas.

I’m thankful to be a part of a group of people, working for the same goal, even if this means calls to discuss the financial realities.

I’m thankful for a new Florence + the Machine album.

So long June.

I’m not thankful for this heat wave, but that’s why I’m leaving, for a cooler climate.

Wa! Wa! Ha! Ha! Just kidding. It’s Florida.

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6 thoughts on “TToT: A Tapestry of Blue – There Goes June, #10Thankful

  1. I have never heard that Chinese proverb. I like it very much.
    Awesome TToT Kerry.
    Thank you for sharing the video from the CFB Convention.
    Have fun in Florida! Hope you’ll be on the coast. Always cooler there 😀

  2. What an enjoyable TToT! Thanks for sharing the Ontario speeches. I enjoyed listening to it.
    I love listening to the loons. They are such amazing birds.
    I didn’t know about 118 either. The things we learn after all these years!
    What kind of peas did you eat? My favorite are the edible pod peas.
    The Chinese proverb is one I hadn’t heard, but I like it!

  3. Kristi says:

    I hope you are having a wonderful time in Florida! What takes you there?

    I’ve enjoyed fresh cherries this week, too–yummy!

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