It’s a bit late in the day but I have been thinking of our labour force and workers of every kind from janitors to rocket scientists it takes all kinds of people working all kinds of jobs to keep the world going. I hope people everywhere have had an opportunity to rest from their labours today.

Every ant in an ant colony is vital to the survival of all. I think that is true of people too, as the song says, People who need people are the luckiest people of all. I did not capture this image. It is the work of my daughter, Anastacia Hopkins, who seems to me to have an artist’s eye. I am grateful to her for allowing me to use it here.

By the way, there are several words that are spelled differently in Canada than they are in the U.S.A. labour is spelled correctly – labor if you happen to be American…..just an f.y.i.

10 thoughts on “Happy Labour Day, Canada!

    1. I hope you had a very Happy Labour Day ๐Ÿ™‚ yes, there is a very solid bond between our two countries. May it grow ever stronger!

      Hope you are enjoying your weekend, although today marks a significant anniversary and I am sure many hearts are thinking of loved ones lost twenty years ago. May all those souls Test in Peace.

    2. Aw, this is so very kind of you. Life can be harsh, I think we all need to do our best to love, support, and uplift one another. Thank you so much. Gratitude in all circumstances is what we are called for, at least according to Betsy Ten Boom (from the book, The Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom. I love that book. If you’ve never read it try to find a copy. Hugs and best wishes for the week ahead.

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