If only they could move the Canadian border south by about a thousand miles the new territory would immediately be a lot more civilized and the people could be much more comfortable. Sounds okay to me and I have a lot of American friends who wouldn't mind waking up tomorrow to discover they'd become Canadians overnight.
Hi Granny Fiddler Enjoy the city as we swelter with the hottest November since records were first kept – every year we break records for heat waves!! I trust you enjoyed the Kansas stay to soak up all of the training - I would not have thought you needed too much! Best wishes
Hope you've found all you were looking for. Sleep well in your new home.
su - sadly, the border's not moving, and the !*#@#^&^*# cold is a wee deterrent. i hate the cold. ll- it's just a crime that we're way too cold, and you're way too hot. there's got to be some way we can share those over-blessings!!! Kansas City was fab, but didn't end well. more later.
it's a pretty city. and it feels a lot bigger than it is, in an oddly midwestern way. have a wonderful time while you are there for your training- and happy thanksgiving!
I'm glad to know you're back home safe and sound even if cold.
... if I have to walk, if I take a plane, if I take the train -I'm going to Kansas City, get me a pretty girl there...
sera - it's a lovely city. i walked a lot along Westport Road and up Broadway. lovely old brick buildings, and live music everywhere in the evenings..... and the roses were still blooming there when i came home to snow and ice. su - safe, and reasonably sound.... heading for burnout if i don't make some changes.... zee - i was singing that all month before i went. great song.... did my best, but never made it to 12th street and Vine.....
I love it ! Very creative ! That's actually really cool Thanks.
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