I haven’t posted on my blog because I have been going through so many things in the past couple of months. First off – I finally got my Green Card and Social Security card in December! I also got my Driver’s License transferred to an American license. I got my Canadian driver’s license in January 2015, which… Continue reading Where I have been…
Immigration is not cheap. It’s definitely not for the faint-hearted.
Boots, Sweaters, Hot Cocoa, Pumpkins, Halloween, Fall Festivals… What is there not to like about October?
I have to admit I use social media a lot; I have a blog, twitter account and Instagram after all! However, when it comes to Facebook, I often have been reluctant to keep it activated. Why? 2 main reasons: I spend way too much time on it. I could be doing something more useful with my time. I… Continue reading Reasons why I unfriended people on Facebook
People often joke around and say that Canadians are really polite (most I suppose :)). They say SORRY all the time, even when it’s not entirely their fault. It’s true we do it all the time. Often automatically, without even noticing it. If I bump into someone accidentally at the mall, I will reflexively say “SORRY”. Why?… Continue reading The Importance of Saying Thank You
1. I was born in Ontario, but grew up in Quebec (Canada). As a result, I am fluent in French. 2. I was a military brat (now I am a military wife!). I lived on a military base in Canada for a few years. 3. I was an altar server every sunday (and holidays) from… Continue reading 25 things about me that many people do not know
Every time I start to be, what my husband calls me, Negative Nancy, I like to look back at my time as a college student. I was majoring in Political Science and one of the requirements is that I needed to take (and pass) a class called Western Philosophy. I loathed going to class, not because the professor read off… Continue reading How to Live an Unhappy Life