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Af­ter not sub­scrib­ing to your mag­a­zine for the past 18 months, on a whim, I re­newed my sub­scrip­tion. When my first copy was de­liv­ered, I re­al­ized how much I’d missed it. To be able to draw a hot bub­ble bath, pour a glass of wine and lose my­self in the pages of ELLE Canada is one of life’s lit­tle plea­sures that I will not forgo in a hurry again. Savitha Weera­sooriya, email


I haven’t picked up ELLE Canada for a while now, think­ing I was no longer part of the tar­get de­mo­graphic. Was I wrong! I en­joyed ev­ery page of the De­cem­ber “Mod­ern Glam­our” is­sue, es­pe­cially the fu­tur­is­tic frosty riff on holiday looks [“Fu­ture Per­fect,” ELLE Fash­ion]. Bon­nie C., email


Your mag and I re­cently got reac­quainted af­ter (al­most) light years of ab­sence. I must say, get­ting back together has been fun and en­joy­able. I re­ally ap­pre­ci­ated your gift guide and, of course, your ar­ti­cle on Kelly Marie Tran [“A New Hope,” ELLE Radar, De­cem­ber]. I’m a huge Star Wars fan. Lea Cidro, New­mar­ket, Ont.


I thor­oughly en­joyed Meredyth Cole’s piece, “Com­ing Home,” in the De­cem­ber is­sue of ELLE Canada. I was for­tu­nate enough to have had a less event­ful child­hood than Meredyth’s, but I was very in­spired by her story and how her mother was able to be so re­silient and turn mis­for­tune around, mak­ing “some­thing lovely from loss.” As a new mother, I can only imag­ine the hard­ship of go­ing through a di­vorce and up­root­ing your life to start anew AND man­ag­ing to look and be col­lected for your chil­dren. Thank you for shar­ing such a per­sonal re­flec­tion; I hope life con­tin­ues to steer you to­ward more ad­ven­ture via roads less taken! Gree­nie Chin, Cal­gary

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