not done yet

One of our 92 year olds passed away late yesterday.

Connie has been a part of things at Gateway for all these years I've been there, and so I shall serve her and the church one more time.

But I'll start that tomorrow. Today we are off to Saskatoon for Thanksgiving, to spend time with our family.

Have a good one, and if you have a holiday today, do something fun eh?

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  1. This willingness on your part to serve our family one last time Randall, is of course one of the reasons we all shall miss you.

    Thank you...again....

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  2. Seems like you have a lot to be thankful for - and maybe others around you do too at this turning point in ministry ?

    So, Happy Thanksgiving - although I have to confess that I don't know what the Canadian version of this celebrates - are you rejoicing in freedom from the UK like your southern counterparts do ?!

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  3. Just for info's sake, it appears our first Thanksgiving feast in Canada was sponsored by explorer Martin Frobisher in 1578 in what is now the area known as Labrador/Newfoundland. He was very thankful to have survived a long dangerous journey. Since then we have based the celebrations around general thanksgiving, or harvest. (In our Anglican church in rural prairie Canada the harvest theme is huge.)
    Sue B.

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  4. Thanks for the info Sue - there's always so much you can learn on the 'net !

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