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Celebrations Christmas Podcast TTT Season 4

Season 4 Episode 46: Season’s Greetings from Ottawa, Ontario

Wishing you the joy of family

the warmth of friends &

The gifts of laughter, peace & love!

Rebecca




A special thank you to my brother, Brian R Brodhead, who provided the music accompaniment of Silent Night.

By Rebecca Budd

Blogger, Visual Storyteller, Podcaster, Traveler and Life-long Learner

27 replies on “Season 4 Episode 46: Season’s Greetings from Ottawa, Ontario”

Merry Christmas, Martina! I am delighted that you traveled virtually to meet me in Ottawa Ontario. Thank you for your friendship over the years. Your support and appreciation of life-affirming conversations is truly appreciated. Life is amazing when shared with kindred spirits. All the very best of this festive season to you and yours. Here’s to a new year of connecting in 2023.

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Thank you Liz, for your lovely comment. As you know, I love quotes and this one I bring out every Christmas:

“Our hearts grow tender with childhood memories and love of kindred, and we are better throughout the year for having, in spirit, become a child again at Christmastime.” Laura Ingalls Wilder

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I am delighted that you traveled virtually to the other side of the world to join me in a winter storm, Marina. Merry Christmas and all the very best of this festive season. There are many adventures waiting for us in 2023! BUT – we need to beware of Rupert Valentino!!! YIKES!

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Thank you for joining me in a winter storm, Teagan. As you know, I completed your epic journeys, “Dead of Winter” while I was in Ottawa. The snow and the wind were the perfect atmosphere to read this brilliant narrative. Thank you for giving me hours of enjoyment. I am looking forward to the adventures in a new year. 2023 – here we come.

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Thank you, Dave, for your heartwarming comments. I have passed your message on to Don and Brian. It was a very cold day and a cold week when we were in Ottawa. But being in the middle of a snowstorm was quite exhilarating. We rarely have snow for Christmas in Vancouver. Imagine our surprise when we returned to a snowstorm and weather warnings in Vancouver, We landed just a few hours before the airport closed. Thank you for an amazing 2022 of conversations, readings, sharing and living with open hearts.

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Thank you for this lovely message from Canada’s capital. It looks cold but then I think you had the same weather on the west coast as well. I won’t tell you about basking in the 22C sunshine on Christmas day! Enjoy the season and I look forward to working with you in the New Year. xo

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Thank you, Liz. I have passed on your encouraging comment to Brian. Thank you for an amazing year 2022. I look forward to all the conversations that will be happening in 2023. I feel like we are on a grand adventure, together – intrepid explorers. I think of the quotes from The Fellowship of the Rings:

“The wide world is all about you: you can fence yourselves in, but you cannot for ever fence it out.” J.R.R. Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring

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Thank you, Dan for your Christmas greeting. The rain has come to Vancouver and most of the snow has melted away. But it was fun while it lasted. I am looking forward to our conversations in 2023. Life is a grand adventure.

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