Giving thanks for friends

With American Thanksgiving happening tomorrow, the last Thursday of November, I’m thinking of all I have to be thankful for. Right at the top of the list is friends. I’m incredibly lucky to have a circle of the best possible friends right here in Kelowna, B.C. But having lived in a whole lot of places in my life, I’m also thankful to have friends scattered around the globe.

So it’s with a deep sense of gratitude that I turned to that quirky little program, Google Search Stories. It will never take the place of a longer, more complex, more nuanced story. But for sending a quick greeting to say how much I appreciate all of you who grace my life and all of you who read this blog, I’m grateful it’s available.

So here’s my thanks for your friendships. Maybe someday I’ll turn the dream of an around-the-world friend fest into reality.

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Mary - November 24, 2010

I love it! thanks for creating it!

Geraldine Bush - November 24, 2010

Great sentiments Cathryn!

Kathleen - November 24, 2010

Perth had better be one of the destinations!!!
Wishing I could be with my family in USA and here at the same time.
love, Kath

Michelle - November 24, 2010

Thanks Cathryn, for reminding us that it’s not just about the turkey!

Karen - November 24, 2010

Wonderful, fun, lovely, silly and best of all, gracious and welcoming! Sounds a bit like you Cathryn. 🙂

Wishing you a Thanksgiving filled with…well, giving thanks! 🙂


storyroute admin - November 24, 2010

Dear friends, I can’t begin to tell you how wide my smile is after reading your comments. When I win the lottery, I shall visit you all! 🙂

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peggy b - November 26, 2010

happiest of happy to you, this time of year brings out so much needed pleasant behavior in people do wish it clung to them like a long skirt in the spring. may all days of the rest of this year be happy and glorious for you and robin

storyroute admin - December 8, 2010

What a beautiful way you’ve expressed that, Peggy – “like a long skirt in the spring”. Thanks for that and for your good wishes.

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