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grateful for family, canadian thanksgiving, toronto urban family, learning to ride a bike, blog advertising, stylish family, family style As I get older Thanksgiving really does bring all those thankful thoughts. Though I find for myself,  grateful fits so much better then thankful. Gratesgiving sounds pretty ridiculous and if I ever hear it short formed to “grates” I might (100% I will) bang my head against a wall. I feel much more grateful then thankful (though they technically mean the same thing, they exude very different feelings) on the offical day of thanks and all the other 364 days in the year.

I am grateful for freindsgiving, for having dear friends close by to share a good meal and a great evening with. For too far away family, though I am ever so grateful for them and not for the distance. Friends near and far (some family members fall into this category as well, double grateful) each one for most likely very different but very important reasons. This city and all it has to offer my family. Yoga and the endless tidings it brings my body, mind and soul (no you stop being so cheesy). My little (and to me) most perfect family, I could not be more grateful for them – they bring happiness and content feelings to my world, I have never in my life been more proud of anything as I am of my little clan. And this blog, I really truly owe so much gratitude to what this space has brought my way. At first for what started as an outlet for a Mom unsure of what life without work would be like, then the amazing connections and people that have come my way, of course the financial support for my family through sponsors and advertisers, the out of this world opportunities that I never would have crossed paths with or even been able to dream of otherwise, and the love and constant support all you readers have given – because none of my blog gratitude would be possible without you.  So thank you, which doesn’t feel like the right words to express – but I just wanted to take a little moment to shout it out to the world how grateful I am for all you people and things.

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*I really wanted to add a small little note because I am so grateful everyday for my little space on the internet, the people that visit and the amazing opportunities and support it has brought me and my family. I wanted to extend an offer of 20% discount on all regular sized ads for November and December (shoot me an email if you are interested), hopefully I can share a little of what makes me grateful abut this space.

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· October 15, 2013 · in Daily,Real Life



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Heart and Habit October 16, 2013 at 8:09 pm

Thank you!

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