Today is Thanksgiving in Canada. It’s a day where families gather, feel grateful for the year that has passed, and eat a whole lot of food.
Although I won’t be celebrating a traditional Thanksgiving here in Stockholm (it’s just a regular ol’Monday), I thought I’d get in on the Thanksgiving action by taking a quick minute to share the five things I’m thankful for this year.
I’m thankful for our family and friends, near and far, who’ve supported us, encouraged us, kept in touch and helped us crash a wedding or two via Facetime.
I’m thankful that Swedish cable so many options for English language programmes, which is how I came to fall in love with Master Chef Australia. Yes, it is from 2014, but as I haven’t had cable since 2013, so it’s new to me and has made practising the art of hygge that much more enjoyable.
I’m thankful for the adventure that we’re on, for the opportunity to live in so many new and interesting places, and for the chance to meet so many wonderful people.
I’m thankful for Google Translate for helping me navigate a myriad of situations at the grocery store, in the laundry room and pretty much everywhere I go in Stockholm. That little app has helped make sense of many a label, and for that I am thankful.
And, last but not least, I’m thankful for all of you, my favourite readers. Thanks for sticking with me through all those slow, quiet months. I hope I can make it up to you in the weeks and months to come.
Happy Turkey Day, everyone!
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