4 thoughts on “Thanksgiving In The Great White North

  • October 8, 2012 at 7:30 pm

    So great to hear from you!! Agreed re: lovely Thanksgiving. One of my favourite holidays. I wish every weekend was a three day weekend 🙂 Neat to see what you’re doing. Amazing how much you re-invent yourself. Such a survivor!!

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    • October 8, 2012 at 7:37 pm

      Hi Julie,
      So good to know you are there, but Wow! You are fast.
      I just added a few more links. How are you? I’m so happy to hear you “sounding” so well. I trust you are as well as you sound. I thought I had lost my audience. I am in the process of re-invention. My editors and the people with whom I am working are very very patient with me. I am so grateful to them. More than you can imagine. I’m on deadline right now, but I wanted to check in with Psych Central, too. Both “you” there and the responsibilities of my new “work” life are very much on my mind. I want to do both!
      You and I both survivors, you know.
      Happy Happy Thanksgiving to you, dear Julie. We go back a long way, don’t we.
      “Speak soon,” I hope.
      Hugs,
      xoxox
      s

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  • October 8, 2012 at 7:50 pm

    Hi Sandy.

    So great to see your post! It sounds like things are looking up, and that you’re having a wonderful Thanksgiving. I’m so glad to hear it!

    Many blessings to you, your husband and your family on this Thanksgiving Day. And all the best for your new endeavours!

    Warmly,
    Your fellow Canadian friend & fellow Psych Central blogger,
    Zoë
    (Blogger, ADHD from A to Zoë)

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    • October 8, 2012 at 8:25 pm

      Thank you, dear Zoë…
      (Gee, I wish I could figure out how to put the umlaut over the “e” in your name on my Mac without cutting and pasting.)
      Great to be in touch and hope you’re having a memorable first Thanksgiving in your new home sweet house. Moving is no fun, but I’m sure you’re moving through it and making it yours.
      I am really interested, increasingly, in your blog because another part of my work spills into ADHD. We must “talk,” soon!
      Sending you all my affection and loads of blessings, too, on this lovely holiday of ours.
      Thank you for reaching out and touching me with your kind, thoughtful reply. Sometimes, when you’re overwhelmed with work and “other stuff” – life-changing stuff – it’s easy to forget one’s roots and mine are definitely, here, with you and all PsychCentral’s bloggers.
      Sending e-hugs and affection, always.
      And thanks. Forever thanks, dear Z.
      Sandy

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