Happy Thanksgiving!

Today is Canada’s thanksgiving and last night Jackie invited a bunch of us Regent College “internationals” (as well as a few Canadians) over to the giant house (used to be a convent) that she lives in. I really enjoyed the evening, talking with friends and getting to know others. The food was described as “eclectic” and I tend to agree. We had a great variety that actually all worked quite well together. Thanks for the evening Jackie and happy Thanksgiving to all the Canadians. :) I especially enjoyed Tim and Simon’s (as well as Dave and Ryan’s) charade rendition of “How to date at Regent”. Very well performed!

Sara (or the right) was co-host to the evening. Ryan and Dave seem to be enjoying themselves.

These pictures were “provided by” (read: stolen from) Jackie at Just Wandering. They are clickable for larger versions.

Also, a reminder for those wishing to participate in this week’s Christian Carnival hosted by yours truly, your submissions should be sent to ChristianCarnival [at] gmail [dot] com by Tuesday at midnight. You should include: Blog name and URL, Post name and URL, description, and trackback. You can see Wittenberg Gate for full submission guidelines.

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  1. October 10th, 2005 at 14:41 | #1

    That’s okay if you stole my pics! That’s what they’re there for. Thanks for coming, it was a great time.

  2. October 10th, 2005 at 21:05 | #2

    It looks like a blast… only Canadians can be like a bunch of communists with all that
    socialized health care. :)

  3. October 10th, 2005 at 22:25 | #3

    Heh, good times were had by all, communists included. ;)

  4. October 11th, 2005 at 14:53 | #4

    Matt…the hits on my blog from your blog are out of control! You’ve got a good thing going!

  5. October 11th, 2005 at 15:02 | #5

    I guess people like the photos :) My traffic has been ramping up a bit lately because I am hosting the “Christian Carnival” so that could be part of it.

  6. October 11th, 2005 at 17:27 | #6

    I’ve always found it funny how Canada is always just a bit ahead of America…

    Thanksgiving is in October, America’s is in November
    Health insurance for everyone
    Better prescription prices
    Perfect neutrality in global circumstances

    …*sigh* I’m thinking about moving to Canada just to get away from a trigger-happy president that can’t balance a budget or keep his words straight. Do you have any idea how many times Bush has made a joke but been laughed at not because the joke was funny, but rather because he tripped over what he was saying? So very sad…

    - Trisha
    Mayo Brains - Spreading Thought

  7. October 11th, 2005 at 19:49 | #7

    I think I will just say that I disagree with the majority of that comment and leave it at that. :)

  1. October 10th, 2005 at 21:31 | #1