The Canadian Dream

Day 242 – August 30, 2019

M or N – Cee’s Black & White / Leaves – Friendly Friday / Churlish – FOWC / Emergency – RDP / View – WODC

With it being Friday, at the end of a long week, running out of time to get things done before Tuesday, not yet, but close to emergency panic levels, I may have been feeling a little churlish as I drove home looking for possible posts.  That feeling washed away when I saw this gorgeous house sporting a spectacular view, flying the Canadian Flag proudly.  You know, the flag that features the Maple LEAF. I may be just a little proud of myself.😂Hope that I am not the only one that got a kick out of that! Happy Friday all!

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17 Replies to “The Canadian Dream”

  1. Hi Neighbor, very lovely to see both our flags together…I’m still snickering privately about various Canadians’ response when “T” was elected…that we below-the-border souls would surely be moving to Canada in droves 🙂 Many of us had the thought, but not the means. My fave Canadian is Rick Mercer–thank goodness I live close enough that my cable TV lineup includes CBC/CBUT…I’m still able to watch The Mercer Report reruns on the weekend, it’s good medicine!

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    1. I was really happy to see it too! They looked great flying when the wind carried them (kind of jealous that they could escape back “home’ whenever they wish! I just can’t watch/read much anymore. The news is an awful reminder that there is no escape, so I avoid it at all costs. 😛


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