It’s that time of year again when the leaves change color and fall, the wind starts to get colder and thanksgiving is upon us again, well at least here in Canada it is. I think in this day and age we really do need to look back at what we have, to keep where you are going in perspective.
I am so thankful for my wife who has put up with all of my habits over the years, from the dressing to all the hobbies and the weird little things I do. She has been by my side no matter what and that pretty much seems to sum up our relationship. It has not been all fun and games, we have had our fair share of downs that were so far down I did not think there was any way back up, but we came back better than ever.
I am Thankful that our child feels safe enough in our house that they can be themselves. I did a post way back talking about how our child came out as nonbinary and how easy it seemed for them to be able to tell us about how they felt. The wife and I always made sure to tell our kid that there was nothing they could ever tell us that would change how we felt about them. We always assured them they were loved and nothing could ever stop us from loving them.
I am thankful that I live in Canada especially with some of the stuff going on in other places in the world today. For the most part, my rights as a human being are upheld
I am thankful that I was given the opportunity to finally go out and meet someone that shares the same likes as I do. It was a great experience and I can’t wait to do it again.
It’s not a huge list but just some of the first few things that popped into my head.
I hope all my fellow Canadians have a great Thanksgiving with Family and Friends.
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