In my mind, thankfulness comes at all times of the year, but it seems right to express it on Thanksgiving, a day dedicated to such thoughts.
I am thankful for being able to take that little walk, with my camera in both hands, not needing a cane or any other walking aid.
I am thankful that Canada is a great country to live in and I am always thankful that I was born a citizen of the maple leaf. This allowed me access to medical procedures which changed my life, giving me back my mobility. It allows me to live in a place where I can plant rogue flowers, have chickens as pets and stack wood because of a lifestyle choice we made. It allows us to have a choice and a voice. Oh Canada, the True North Strong and Free.