Yay… Finally!

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“Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life.  It turns what we have into enough, and more.  It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity.  It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend.”

~Melody Beattie

I can’t believe it!  After all of the emails, phone calls, and much research, the technical problems on my blog have finally been resolved!  All in one conversation with one talented technician who really knew what he was doing, and took the time to help.  In a matter of 20 minutes, the last of the problems were sorted out!  YAY… it’s finally behind me!

Now, I am looking forward to reconnecting with all of you, and posting regularly!

A water damn in the town of Winnipeg beach. The beauty of autumn in Manitoba.

Today is Thanksgiving, here, in Canada.  This has always been one of my favourite holidays.  We are enjoying the long weekend – it’s amazing what a difference an extra day off makes!   Our family celebrated on Saturday.  My husband prepared an amazing supper, and we all relaxed in the cozy warmth of our home.  Life may not always be easy, but we have a lot to be grateful for around here.

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I went for a bike ride to enjoy this beautiful Saturday. Birds, colourful trees, unbelievably blue skies.
The beauty of autumn in Manitoba.

Wishing Everyone a Very Happy Thanksgiving!  

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Carina Spring

Hi! So glad you stopped by my little blog, where I joyfully embrace creativity. Here, at Home... hurrah!, I celebrate the beauty and depth of everyday moments, explore what life has to teach us, and share some of the interesting things I see and learn along the way. Thanks for the visit!

7 thoughts on “Yay… Finally!”

  1. Hi Carina!
    I got your test email yesterday. I’m so sorry that your technical troubles are not over. 🙁 Especially after you thought they’re over.
    But I’m glad that you had nice Thanksgiving and I really like the colours of these photos.

    Good luck! 🙂

  2. Hi Carina 🙂
    Computers are complicated things, almost as complicated as us, humans… I just read that your technical problems -aren’t- over :/ What a nuisance!
    Your Thanksgiving sounded lovely, how nice to have a husband who cooks. Still, I’m fortunate that John cooks us the basic stuff, when I’m not able to do much.
    The light in your photographs of Manitoba is bright and uplifting, autumn looks beautiful there. Is that a beaver dam? In my near future, I cannot decide where to live…Scotland, stay in England, or move to Nova Scotia (John is from New Brunswick). You live in a beautiful country. 🙂
    Faith xox

    1. Omg- they really are complicated, aren’t they? And I am not a technologically inclined individual. So, when I have time, I will try one more time to fix this. This is not the fun part of blogging, I must say. Anyhow, – move sounds exciting! (Though England sounds like an amazing place to live). Yes, I really appreciate my hubby’s culinary talents. Thanks for checking out the blog and leaving a comment. Xoxo

  3. Hello my friend, it’s so good to see your post here! I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving this past weekend – I loved hearing that your husband did the cooking. Yay you! The quote you begin with at the top is one of my all time favorites and I’ve used it in a post myself. So very true how important gratitude is, it changes everything. So thankful to hear that your techie troubles are behind you now and looking forward to many more wonderful posts to come! Your pictures are so beautiful, Manitoba is lovely. Have a wonderful weekend! XO

    1. Dear Allie, thanks for the comment. I am glad that you enjoyed the pictures. 🙂 Sadly, my techie problems persist. kind of humorous after my post said everything was fixed, but I really thought it was. I appreciate you taking the time to check and comment, especially knowing that the post was not delivered! Take care. Xoxo

  4. Oops, just discovered this post! I am catching up after traveling. So happy your technical troubles have been solved! Belated Happy Thanksgiving to you, I hope it was a good one. I had a picnic in High Park in Toronto with my boys! Xo Johanna

    1. Hi Johanna! How fun, I can’t wait to read about your travels. Hope it was a lot of fun. 🙂 Unfortunately, as I published this post, I discovered that it did not get sent out to subscribers… so I guess my technical troubles are not over, yet! Oh well! I’m sure glad you found it, though, and thanks for the comment. Xoxo

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