Ok, so it’s been a while since I’ve posted. In my defense, I’ve been in the Great White North of Perth, Ontario, Canada (eh), at a family wedding for the past 6 days. I got online once, using my aunt’s dial-up 28.8 k modem. Did you know that such a thing still exists? It does. And it’s slow. Anyway, I had a lovely time seeing my Canadian relatives (eh), whom I rarely get a chance to visit with. The wedding itself was held in a park, with a pig roast under a tent in my aunt’s yard for the reception. I neglected to get a pic of the pig, rotating on a spit over the fire, but just use your imagination. Mmm, tasty. Anyway, it was a lovely time, and if you really have nothing else to do, check out some pictures. Now I’m back in the U.S. of A. (though not without being pulled over and searched at the border), getting caught up on communication and work. Normal communication will hopefully resume soon.
In the meantime, 5 things I love about Canada (eh) (or at least, Perth), in no particular order:
1. signs in French and English
2. Montreal meat
3. pop ( = soda)
4. people are really friendly, eh?
5. bug spray with 30% DEET