Sunday, October 9, 2011

To Live In A Paper House Again, Where We Grew By The Light Of The Moon

It's Canadian Thanksgiving - gobble gobble gobble, folks.


So, to thank you guys for reading and being so goshdarn nice to me, I've got a Thanksgiving giveaway for ya.

I received some info about a new program from Sobeys. You actually get to track the journey your seafood took to get to your grocery store.

A bit more about it:

From the fisherman who caught it, the boat it was caught on, the fishing area it was caught from and the fishing method used, this system will enable you to make more informed decisions about the seafood you bring home. Customers can trace their fresh seafood by inputting a unique code found on the product packaging on www.thisfish.info. For traceable Sensations by Compliments seafood, customers will find a unique code to input on www.compliments.ca/madewithcare

Pretty cool, right? This kinda stuff blows my measly mind. I dig it.

Well, they gave me a $30 Sobeys gift card to give to you so you could try it out yourself. If you wanna win, just leave a comment below and tell me what you're thankful for (no matter how weird or stupid... hell, I'm thankful for cheesecake and staplers) and then check back in a few days to see if you won.

Huzzah!

As for me... I stayed in the city this holiday weekend, and will probably just spend my Thanksgiving with Daisy. Perogies count as a Thanksgiving meal, right? Or maybe 4 or 5 pumpkin pies. That'll work, too.


Happy Thanksgiving, hosers! Enjoy the tryptophan-fest!



22 comments:

Mike D. said...

I'm thankful for a Monday off work.

Kris said...

...you work?

Peter said...

The return of hockey!

Kris said...

Good call! A true Canadian boy.

Anonymous said...

Bloggers.

Kris said...

Lies!

Andrew II said...

Happy Thanksgiving, oh, and I'm thankful for having Tuesday off!

Kris said...

Tuesday?! How'd ya get Tuesday off?

Andrew II said...

Well 3 days just wasnt enough! I always say weekends aren't long enough.

ghost said...

do y'all call it american thanksgiving when it's our turn?

blepharisma said...

I'm thankful for many things, but I think most of all I'm thankful that I've become the kind of person who can recognize the good things in her life and be thankful for them. It makes a real difference.

Also, I'm thankful for cupcakes.

Masuka said...

I'm thankful for paid time off for two months.

Masuka said...

....and boobs.
That is all.

Andrew II said...

^

Kris said...

Andrew - Well done.

ghost - Yep. Well, I do at least!

steph - Cupcakes ARE a good thing in your life. My life needs more cupcakes. I realized that recently. Maybe we should make cupcakes??

masuka - I'm thankful for your adorable new Masuka baby. He's a beauty!

Friend said...

I'm thankful for the gorgeous weather we had all weekend long.

Kris said...

Me too - it was perfect.

Danger Owl said...

I am thankful for a great deal of things in life, a lot of which you can buy at Sobeys.

Chocolate chip cookies.
Meat of various beasts.
Cheese.
toothpaste, TTC tokens too... ya thats right, Tokens.
You can also get fresh-ish fruit and veggies at Sobeys, not that I have ever bought any, or eaten any for that matter, but dammit I'm thankful that I can buy them there if I need to.

So I guess, outside of being thankful I can walk and talk and still see well, I am thankful I am within walking distance of a Sobeys, and can use that card very conveniently.

So what do you say??

Kris said...

I say... not much.

TC said...

I'm thankful for a bf who likes to cook because well, I can be lazy.

Kris said...

Nice! I need one of those. Stat.

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