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Steve and I have lived here for 17 years - it is the first home we bought together.
Love the house, the town and the property. 2 Acres of nice wooded land - lots of room for the dogs to roam and creates a park like atmosphere for us to enjoy. House is 2100 sq ft - more space then what 2 people should need but it was the perfect buy for us at the time
... not to give you the look that says - you're screwed!!!
When I finally arrived in Area A - I threw British manners to the wind - walked up to the head of the queue and fell on the mercy of one of the assistants who whizzed me through check in and baggage and onwards to the gate............yeahhhhhh!!!!
On the plane and bound for London ONTARIO where Char and Ted met me.........aaah am back in my Canadian home.
... on holiday.
How long are you staying - I fly out on Monday
Back to England - no
I knew she wanted a more informed answer to that last question but thought that as this was a period of time in my life I would never get back - why not mess with her somewhat.
So where are you flying to - America - this reply prompted a look of even more utter disdain as if to say - Really - you are actually going to go and visit America!!!
Yesterday (Wednesday) I went out and about with the young ones - thrift shop hopping - OMG 0 I could have done with a shipping container - there was that much stuff I could have bought - even now I think I may need to buy another suitcase. The thrift shops here are MASSIVE (see photo) - a bargain hunters dream.
On the way home called at a coffee shop for Oreol and cream ice drink plus a ...
... virtually no English and yet they go. Now the farmer's name was Tetreault and did speak some French and going through the wee town of Pain Court today it is obviously a French community with signs in French so perhaps it was then as well, or at the very least they made do and learned some. The family would then head home at the end of the tomato picking season but they all returned ...