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Away from home on Thanksgiving, I feel thankful, even without the turkey and stuffing. Yes, Canadians celebrate Thanksgiving. Unfortunately Canadian Thanksgiving is in October, so I missed both turkey days. They say that distance makes the heart grow fonder, and perhaps that is what is happening for me this year.

Without the standard family time, tryptophan exhaustion, and overstuffed belly, I have the space to feel thankful. I am immensely thankful for the blessings of the past year — incredible family and friendship, love, growth, health, and the ability to manifest a creative dream that has been stirring for quite some time.

Giving thanks is never out of style in my book, so I want to take this opportunity to say thank you. Thank you for your support, your listening, your engagement and encouragement. Thank you for inspiring me. I look forward to making our lives and wardrobes vibrant as ever in the coming year…