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Sunday, 31 July 2011

Canada Is Quite A Large Country, I Believe!

I have to start off by sending out a big apology to my bloggy friends in Canada - I left your country out of my list in my last post! (Eeeek!).  As one of them pointed out to me, "Canada is that huge country sitting on top of the much smaller USA on the picture of your map".  I know that she was only joking but, nevertheless, I hope I have put that right!  I don't know how I could have forgotten about it, especially as it was on the news so much just a little while ago, when William and Kate carried out their first, very successful, royal tour to that country.



No need for any comments to this little post, which should have preceded my Sunday Snaps post earlier today, but somehow it got missed off!!

12 comments:

Claudia Moser said...

Why not? I like it anyway :-) plus you're right about the tour, they look so lovely!

Sush said...

Aww, you can't give me an opportunity to comment and expect me to leave this box blank! I think the leaving off of countries is just all a part of being 'women of a certain age'! I forgot to post earlier for my sister's birthday and I KNEW it was her birthday today. Like you I made the correction. We do get a pass I hope on many things once we round the Cape of Plenty...

Hugs and no need for commenting on my comment, lol!

Denise said...

Thank you so much for your comments on my painting.I think the teacher is wonderful.Painting classes are now going to be a big part of our days of retirement.I never could have imagined when I was raising my girls that retirment could be so much fun.It's really my husbands retirment HEEHEE I was mostly a stay at home Mom-but I was an R.N. just never worked much.

Thisisme. said...

Claudia - oh well, thank you for commenting anyway!!

Sush - now I've got to reply to everyone's comments. That's why I said no need to comment. Hee Hee!!

Denise - You're right - retirement is SO much fun these days, with so many different things that we can try our hands at. Have a good week.

Belle said...

Since I live in Canada I have a right to comment. :) Thank you for mentioning the frozen North! Remember, I forgot my hubby's birthday and our anniversary this year. I'll bet you have never done that!

Odie Langley said...

Now Sweet Thang, you know we never miss a chance to drop you a line. I bet you expected us to do this anyway didn't you? It is super easy to get a brain block and not remember something obvious until maybe the next day. I have done it many times.

orchid said...

You ARE an international lady, aren't you♪♪♪ I remember forgetting my hubby'S birthday before,hehe.
Oh, thank you so much for returning mail!!! I kind of worried it made you feel a bit low. Anyways,I am ok.

Blessing to your thoughtful heart♬♬♬ Orchid.

Jo-Anne Rambling said...

No need to comment why not I liked the post Canada has been in the news a fair bit lately, and it is the home of Murdoch from the Murdoch Mysteries one of my favorite shows...........

Thisisme. said...

Belle - you were one of the main reasons I did this little post- along with Pat. I felt SO awful that I had left you out!!

Odie - I like that, sweet thang!! You are so sweet in always popping across to comment. I so appreciate always hearing from you.

Orchid- I'm glad you are okay and I so love your little hearts and musical notes. They always make me smile my friend.

Jo-Anne Rambling - hi there. I watch the Murdoch Mysteries as well! Hope all is well with you.

Susan said...

I know-I'm bringing up the rear. But, you are really so thorough Thisisme! I've not been to Canada, but I hear it's also very beautiful. Kudo's to you, m'lady!

Thisisme. said...

Susan - Nothing wrong with bringing up the rear my friend! Well, I didn't want to upset the two bloggy friends that I have in Canada, so that's why I wrote that little post! Nice of you to comment on it though.

Pearson Report said...

Honest mistake - read the last post - it was a lovely tribute to nine months and all your blogging friends around the globe - I count myself one of them...and look...Canada even got a full post...see we are special!

Hugs, Jenny