We wish all good for you and your family.
2016 with health, peace and love!
Altenir, Celia and Neo (from Copacabana - Rio - Brazil)
no photos from moi. until a few days ago we didn't have any snow, just lots of brown and a fading green.
had the rose bowl on as background noise as i was reading martin short's book. that kid mccaffrey put on quite a show. people with the skill to do everything at top speed without missing a beat are hard to defend against.....
2016 seems pretty much like 2015 so far.
No snow in The True North Strong and Free?
It always snows there, doesn't it?
Happy New Year, anyway.
"Farm houses buried under Canada's snow" -- Anna and Kate, The Walking Song
it's been hard as hell building our igloos...as you can imagine.
caught me a nice big seal and ate him raw tho only after giving him a good clubbing.
Our Canadian friends keep posting lovely snow scenes, however, they are here in Florida. I like to keep good relationships so I pointed out to our Montreal amis that the Habs goalie is an American and that the Junior team from the US beat the Canadian team the other day. They keep bringing up the Olympics or some such past history. Tell Bruce to chase down that seal meat with a Tim Horton's donut or a Seal Poutine.
Buen Ano Nuevo
we have a word for those canadians.
think les habs have also had an american captain.
i only use seal meat with my poutine if they're really cute and have clubbed to death humanely. as for tim hortons.....first of all the apostrophe is dead. not used in french so it was dropped for the benefit of quebec where it might have confused the poor buggers or brought out the tongue police. i live in the hamilton area. it is with great pride for many denizens of the city that the first tim hortons in the history of the universe opened in 1964 on ottawa street in hamilton. i don't drink coffee so my visits are rare.
I would chase it down with a Laura Secord pudding. Used to cram a six-pack in my computer bag after a trip to Montreal.
i hope the statute of limitations is in effect when president trump takes office next year. i'm guessing that your affection of laura second pudding could have you charged with treason.
. She is known for having walked 20 miles out of American-occupied territory in 1813 to warn British forces of an impending American attack.
it's too bad you didn't have a hero like this in your history, huh?
Hey didn't you ever hear of Joan of Arc?
not only have i heard of Jeanne d'Arc but i've been to rouen and saw where they burned her at the stake. i can see the american connection tho since her country ensured that americans aren't speaking with english accents today.....
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