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  • Happy Thanksgiving Canadian Micechatters!


    Happy Thanksgiving long-weekend Canadian Micechatters!


    To tell you the truth there's not much to be thankful for this year. I'm sure not thankful for still being unemployed and the fact that currently there aren't any jobs out there for new grads. Oh well, I guess it could be much, much worse.:unsure: I may have a seasonal job coming up on one of the local ski hills, so I'm thankful for that , but it's premanent, full-time, career-related work I'm looking for. Hopefully 2010 will be better.

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    Send me some leftover turkey, eh?

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      Left over Turkey?? Ha not around here!

      Happy Thanksgiving to my fellow Canadians!!!!

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        Happy Thanksgiving my Canadian friends!
        "Go confidently in the direction of your dreams! Live the life you've imagined." -Henry David Thoreau

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          j'adore le Thanksgiving!
          Amnesia used to be my favourite word, but I forgot it.

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            Re: Happy Thanksgiving Canadian Micechatters!

            Are there Thanksgiving parades in Canada?
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              Re: Happy Thanksgiving Canadian Micechatters!

              Originally posted by Exprmnt626 View Post
              j'adore le Thanksgiving!
              Moi aussi. You know when I was a high school student living in France, we had no Halloween or Thanksgiving.

              I made a tarte a la citrouille from scratch, in a wood burning stove, with a pumpkin I got from a friends garden.

              So you Quebeckers know Thanksgiving, any regional variations?

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                Re: Happy Thanksgiving Canadian Micechatters!

                Originally posted by Exprmnt626 View Post
                j'adore le Thanksgiving!
                Moi aussi. You know when I was a high school student living in France, we had no Halloween or Thanksgiving.

                I made a tarte a la citrouille from scratch, in a wood burning stove, with a pumpkin I got from a friends garden.

                So you Quebeckers know Thanksgiving, any regional variations?

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