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On American Thanksgiving

Happy [American] Thanksgiving, VO-ers. On the occasion of my birth country's holiday, I'd like to take a moment to name a few things I'm grateful for. I am so grateful to be living in Canada for my ninth year.  And I'm grateful I get to celebrate two Thanksgivings, twice to think of turkey and dressing---and how  thankful I am that Sarah Palin isn't president of the United States.  Not yet,anyway.  I am grateful to be in a warm house with the power working and not wandering the streets on this cold, cold night.   I am thankful to be living in a country that is at peace, in a city that is so beautiful, diverse, culturally rich, and green. And I'm very thankful for our amazing and fast-growing VO team and our passionate, engaged community. I am grateful above all else for my two sons and the way they are growing up so well. What are you grateful for?  Let us know in the comments section.

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