Last year before Christmas, I tried to keep it a secret from Santa that I abandoned the cold Canadian winter weather for warmer climates south of the border. Yes, that’s right, I ran to Puerto Rico as quickly as possible. I didn’t stay there the entire Christmas season (even though I wanted to), I returned home just in time (December 24th in fact) for Santa to find me back where I belong–on Canadian soil. This year, as much as I am longing for warmer weather, I am happy to say that I am celebrating the Christmas season right where I belong–in Canada.
It’s not just tropical beaches and hot sunny destinations that warm my heart (although, that’s a pretty good start). There is nothing better than spending the holidays with the people you love. The special people in my life are the ones who warm my soul and make me love life. I wouldn’t have gotten through my year of full time travel around the world without them. They put up with my crazy shenanigans and were always there for me when I needed them. So for that I’m thankful.
This Christmas season I am thankful for:
- Family and friends
- My health & safety
- My year of travels
- New opportunities
- Newfound passions
- Blogging community
- Supportive and encouraging followers
What are you thankful for?
Live, Dream, Travel