I am grateful for being a Canadian, a citizen of a country where I am free to do so many things people of other countries cannot.
I am grateful for OSAP, which makes it possible for me to go to university, even though I will have debt after I graduate.
I am grateful for the technology which allows me to communicate with family and friends far and wide.
I am grateful for the chance to have a voice about things that matter, should I so choose to take it.
I am grateful for Tax-Free Savings Accounts.
I am grateful for nieces.
I am grateful for cousins.
I am grateful for freedom of speech, even though I have recently learned few things are as democratic as they sound.
I am grateful for good old-fashioned bacon and eggs.
I am grateful to be from a rural, agricultural area: farmers truly do feed cities.
I am grateful to know many truly talented people, and to be able to celebrate them in their successes.
I am grateful to have friends on at least 4 continents.
I am grateful for friends that I can have deep, thoughtful conversations with.
I am grateful for the knowledge that I will never run out of books to read.
I am grateful for the many resources I have to help me be healthy.
I am grateful for McDonald’s’ $1-off McCafe days, in competition with Tim Horton’s Roll-up-the-Rim, especially since, believe it or not, McD’s is currently the best place to go to study in my hometown!
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great things to be reminded of~