Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Cake and Ice cream for all!

Happy Birthday to my neighbors to the north!

It has never been a secret that I as long as I have been grown I wished I was Canadian. Really! It is not that I am a scrooge and hate America I just think Canadians rock it like no one else. I love to vacation there so I can be extra friendly and say "ay" more then I should, since I am from "the states", as they call it.

This in fact is my dream car for the last several years. Can you see the roof. LOVE IT!

I suspect it may come from my wanting to be different and what other way to be different then to come from somewhere else? I was even told by a family member that nothing was stopping me and I could move there. I forgive him--he would miss me. I know that, he knows that too!

I make no apology for wishing I was a Canuck!

With that I must give a big holla out and say Happy Birthday Canada! Your present is in the mail!

5 comments:

JAN'S PLACE said...

I don't know who said that to you! Who was that, so I can give them a piece of my mind!

Evil Twin's Wife said...

Too funny! I've never wanted to live or be from anywhere else but the US. Then again, I'm a bit set in my ways! LOL.

trash talk said...

You and my daughter! She would love to live in Canada, but it would mean surgically removing her head from my ass so I don't see that happening any time soon! Oops, did I say that out loud?
I'll take a piece of cake with a flower please!
Debbie

Forever Vintage said...

Just found your blog and I love your post! I am from Canada and what an honor that you would say that. We do know how to rock it eh!!!..and I love my fellow bloggers from 'the states'(we do say that!!) that I have met thru blogging!..off to read more of your blog.

Audrey said...

YEAH Tamis - my adopted Canadian sister! It is a great place to live - you should try it!

I share the same "car love" as you - I always say that if I ever buy a car, it will be an Mini Cooper! Love them!

Thanks for you kind and caring message - I appreciate it a lot!

Happy Canada Day right back at ya. Ay?