Yours Truly

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Last Login: 02/26/2015 3:49 pm

Registered: 05/29/2005

Gender: Female

Birthday: 12/16


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strawberryalice Report | 02/17/2015 7:00 pm
Oh, thank you! A friend made it for me!
I love music box music! c:
Gunshot Lullabies Report | 01/20/2015 12:26 pm
Thank you!! whee heart You too!
Dread Chimera Report | 12/28/2014 11:23 am
Thank you kindly for the tip.
Alexander Magne Report | 12/05/2014 4:26 am
Oh thank you. c:
It's Still I'm Sad by Gregorian Chants.
And thanks for your kind words in my forum post. <3
world of ideas Report | 12/03/2014 4:50 pm
wow you found me c:
hey thank you !
how have you been? its been soooo long heart
Gunshot Lullabies Report | 01/19/2014 3:59 pm
Thank you~! 4laugh heart
winkletwinkle Report | 12/23/2013 1:56 pm
you are very welcome
why thank you c:
Merry Christmas ~!
FIareon Report | 12/16/2013 9:51 am
winkletwinkle Report | 12/16/2013 12:55 am
Happy Birthday! heart
The Soap Box Report | 10/13/2013 11:08 am
Hello hello,
to answer your question...
Canadian Thanksgiving is more closely connected to the Europe traditions then the United States. Europe would celebrate in October.
The first Thanks giving celebration took place in Newfoundland in 1578, due to an Explorer from England who had arrived and wanted to give thanks for his safe arrival. (which was celebrated 43 years before the arrival of pilgrims.)
For a long while it was celebrated in either late October or early November, and was declared a holiday in 1879.
It had switched dates many times till Parliament declared that it would be the second Monday in October due to Remembrance Day being November 11th.
Another reason for the day to be chosen was that Canada is further north then United States, meaning the harvest season is to arrive earlier.
We celebrate the Harvest Season then the arrival of pilgrims.
That is the sum up of it xp
Thank you, and I am feeling somewhat better, though I am drugging myself silly whee