31 Day Blog Challenge – Day 29

Spring arrives and I always say this is my favorite time of year.  The dogwoods, then the azaleas, cook outs, porch living…

…and then Fall arrives and I’m just as enamored.

Hardy spices wafting through the year, crisp clear nights that inspire my soul and the feeling that spirits walk amongst us.

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday.  I’m Canadian so it’s tradition in our mixed nation world to celebrate both.  The second Monday in October (Columbus Day) Canadian’s celebrate turkey day.  For me, it always symbolized the end of summer and that hockey season was about to kick into gear.

I always chuckle when people here tell me they didn’t know Canadian’s celebrated Thanksgiving.

Thanksgiving is directly related to the Harvest Festivals of Britain and Europe – a celebration that goes back to Pagan times that gives thanks for a bountiful harvest.

On Thursday, January 31, 1957, the Parliament of Canada proclaimed: A Day of General Thanksgiving to Almighty God for the bountiful harvest with which Canada has been blessed – to be observed on the 2nd Monday in October.

To kick of the holiday season we usually celebrate Thanksgiving with my husband’s family.  One can never go wrong with two trips around the gravy bowl :)


Peace in,



Day 27 & 28: Online Friends & Guilty Pleasures

Day 26: Favorite Food

Day 25: Location

Day 24: Embarrassing Moment

Day 23: Hobbies

Day 22: Home Alone

Day 21: Biggest Fear

Day 20: My Marble Collection

Day 19: 5 Blogs I love to Follow

Day 18: Where Are You Happiest?

Day 17: I Started Blogging

Day 16: Proudest Accomplishment

Day 15: 10 Reason’s I’m Awesome

Day 14: iPod Love

Day 13: Regrets, I’ve Had A Few

Day 12: Things I Miss

Day 11: Last Book I Read

Day 10: Daily Routine

Day 9: Life List

Day 8: Biggest Pet Peeve

Day 7: Dream Job

Day 6: Random Act of Kindness

Day 5: Favorite Films

Day 4: Best Childhood Memory

Day 1, 2 & 3: Playing Catchup

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2 Responses to Day 29: What’s Your Favorite Time of Year?

  1. April says:

    THIS… was a feast for my senses to read: Hardy spices wafting through the year, crisp clear nights that inspire my soul and the feeling that spirits walk amongst us.

    I feel the exact same way! :)

    • Tami Ross says:

      Thanks! I love writing and it’s so much fun when our words connect. It does help to write about something I love.

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