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... what they really
want is to become a Canadian citizen. Being a Canadian citizen seems
to be valued here. When I first arrived I was surprised by how many
people said they were Canadians, or had lived in Canada, or had a
relative living in Canada. Few seemed to say the same about the U.S.,
yet they all assumed I was American. They can't tell the difference
in accents any better than I can tell the difference between a Syrian
It has taken way too long for me to write my blog! So tired, so busy and I wanted to write everything but before time goes on any more I will get writing.
We left Chicago with great memories, Mom and Dad met us there to bring our truck back so we had time to tour around. It really is a super neat city and I want to go back one day when it's not so crowded and see everything!
Thanks to Tim and Susan Chung for bringing Mildred Lindquist and meeting us at the ...
... errands tonight then went to Rana's sister-in-laws house. My ear drums are still hurting from the volume of One direction music blasted in the car. I also met her father who stared at me for ten minutes then started talking to me loudly and dramatically in Arabic. From the corner of my eye I could see Rana trying really hard not to laugh. When realized I didn't speak Arabic he said, "what is your name? I speak good English, yes?" Then he didn't say anything to me for the rest of the ...
... France, Sam Rainsy promised to share 50/50. However, back to the country, under the pressure of the members of SRP, Sam Rainsy demanded for more. The public is paying attention on how Sam Rainsy and Kem Sokha will share the seats they have won and whether Sam Rainsy and SRP team accept the 50/50 proportion.
Besides, the fund used for CNRP’s operation is also a cause of the conflict. When Sam Rainsy lived in exile, ...
... at twice your speed, to hey girl nice ass!
Driving outside Amman is somewhat more tame as only a handful of highways connect the small number of Jordanian cities resulting in very few intersections. Concepts such as lanes, following distance and right of way are still completely foreign.
It is also very likely that Jordan has the highest concentration of ...