PHOTOGRAPHED BY: JUDY CHUN AND EDITED BY: YOURS TRULY
HAPPY THANKSGIVING FELLOW CANADIANS!
This long weekend, how are you spending your time? I decided to make a trip to the farm for some pumpkins and apples! This is a great activity to spend with friends and family at a relatively low cost. Even if you decide not to buy any pumpkins or pick any apples, its good to step out of the house and do something different. A lot has happened in the past year and I have so much to be thankful for, so I’d like to take this opportunity to express them here. I apologize for my lack of appreciation during the year due to my personality – not quite expressive.
I’m sorry I don’t smile enough…
…but I am truly grateful for having great friends and family to share every moment in my life with. Thank you friends (and you know who you are) and loved ones. Thank you for adding excitement to my days and being there when I needed a shoulder to lean on, a hand for support, an ear to hear me out, a mouth to taste my creations, or your eyes to piece together an outfit. You know you can count on me if you ever need any of those from me or more. I know I am a busy body but I will definitely make time for you, because you are worth it.
Thank you Readers, Followers, and Supports
How could I forget those of you who have been following me. Although I just launched this blog this year but it took me 2 trial blog runs (Torn and Polished / Travel with Trinh) to really figure out my style for blogging. Trinhology is here to stay! Although I do not have a large readership or followers, I do cherish every single one. Thank you for all your support and sweet comments. I will try my best to bring better quality and content more frequently. Thank you for all your understanding.
… my health and job. I think this is something everyone should be grateful for and we often take it for granted. We forget about those less fortunate individuals out there in the world and do not stop to appreciate and think about all that we’ve got. Every so often, we should take a step out of our own shoes and see what it is like for others. As an immigrant, it was not easy for my parents to get what they have today and provide me with clothing and a full stomach on the regular. Turkey feasts are not a given, so remember to say “thank you”, even for the smallest things.
Last but not least…
…the one who bears the most of my weight and been through it all – my other half. I know I often say you are annoying and don’t have the best loving attitude/persona a girlfriend should have. Sorry! But you’ve the most patient personality to be still standing here after almost a decade. We have a long journey ahead and loads of milestones to accomplish together, lets do it! “Hwighting!”