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The first thing I would like to say is, “thank you so much!”
Thank you to my wonderful family, friends, and strangers for being the kind of people who have made this possible for me.
I want to thank you for the support you’ve given me and the people you’ve helped.
And, thank you to the people of Mexico for their hospitality and support during this tough time.
I’ll also say, thank God for all of the great people and organizations working on behalf of the Canadian people.
These people have been so gracious in the face of great odds and so willing to lend a hand.
The most difficult part of this process has been the hard work of my friends and family, the volunteers who have worked tirelessly over the past few months, and the many volunteers who are helping out at the airport.
And lastly, I want my fellow Canadians to know that I am so grateful for the kindness and generosity of everyone.
I am grateful for your support, as well as your prayers.
I also want to express my deepest gratitude to all the people who are doing the hard, difficult work of trying to get me out of Canada.
For the first time in my life, I am able to be in the U-S.
This means a lot.
Thank you for taking the time to read this.
I hope this helps.
The U.K. is the only major country where I can fly to, and my trip is scheduled to take me from Los Angeles to Vancouver on March 4.
I will be flying to Canada on March 7 and then to Mexico on March 14.
I’m traveling in a plane that is operated by British Airways.
The flights are all booked for the next few weeks, so I will post updates when I get there.
As always, I will update this story as soon as I hear more.
As usual, I’d like to thank the people in the United Kingdom who have been doing the great work of welcoming me to the country.
My first stop will be the Uptown in London on Thursday, March 8.
Then I’ll travel to Liverpool, Liverpool, Scotland on Thursday and to Edinburgh, Scotland and the United Arab Emirates on Thursday.
I’ve also scheduled a flight from Glasgow to New York on Friday.
I plan to fly to Toronto, Ontario, on Saturday, March 9.
I would also like to make a stop in Edmonton, Alberta on Sunday.
And finally, I would love to see you all in Vancouver on Monday.
So, I hope you’ll join me on the ground for this journey.
Thank God. Thank You.