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... minute before realizing she must have left it behind somewhere, then completely lost it; she started bawling! Lol, we let her go for a few seconds before she started getting really hysterical, and we had to tell her we had it. Once she calmed down, she then blamed dad for leaving it behind, because she took it off to put her jacket on and forgot to put it back on again. 3 against 1 though: definitely her own fault - she didn't have a leg to stand on to win that battle. ...
... up on the scan..only the button on his jeans.
Our stop over in LA was fairly painless which is always a positive and on the flight to Toronto we had a spare seat between us so we had room to stretch out a little.
When we landed in Toronto we followed the instructions we had been given to get Joe's work permit and then decided to get his Social Insurance Number there and then. It was a relatively simple process and everyone we dealt with were very friendly and ...
... good fun!
And also, we have a new mayor who isn’t a Ford! Yaaay! Go
Canada, you have officially restored my faith in democracy!
So since then, I’ve been inside Robarts Library, subsisting
on coffee and cookies from subway as deadlines loom. Although I’m blessed to be
out here and having an awesome time, I should warn any prospective year
abroaders that it’s pretty hard work…with three ...
Safely arrived in Toronto yesterday around 12:30 p.m.- great flight, followed by an hour-long bus ride to our hotel! Hotel is very nice with many amenities, most of which, because of our short stay, we will not be taking advantage. Saw "Wicked" at the Mirvish Theater last night- Excellent show! Off to see Toronto today before boarding our plane at 9:00 p.m. tonight-- very excited to see our 35-ft-square, humble cabin ...
... ready to experience the alien sport of American football, which I figured was just rugby for people who like time outs. Well, three hours later, I discovered that was true, but I
enjoyed it regardless. Again, even with a bunch of international students combined, we didn’t have a clue. For the first five minutes, I was busy shouting for Laurier, the opposing team! So basically, the players have three chances to move 10 yards, and if they ...
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- So much for all Canadians being nice!
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