we move to canada
All our happiest wishes to you and Allan in your new home! Love, M & M
Congrats!I hope the move has gone well and relatively pain free.Peter
Welcome Neighbour!!ALPFThat's "Neighbour" not "Neighbor"
I'm glad your trip went well--I was nervous for you both. How did the pooches handle all that time in the car?
Mozel tav, Laura. Welcome aboard! Now... about your taxes... BWAH HA HA HA HAAAA! >;)
Hey congrats!You're lucky, you managed to get Buster in just a day or two before the ban took effect.
Congratulations! Glad you made it safe and sound. Will you be changing the title of the blog to "we have moved to Canada"? Or perhaps, "we visit the Eaton centre"? And yes, it's a centre, not a center.
I have tears on my eyes as I read your first post from Canada... I am so happy for you!Gito
Welcome to town! Let me know when you're ready for some sushi recommendations. :)
Welcome to the other side. Now the journey of settling in begins. Best wishes!
Welcome to Canada. Too bad you arrive at the same time as Katrina, but it'll get better. I hear the sun does sometimes shine in southern Ontario.
:-DGlad you got here safely.Looking forward to the life in Canada posts!
Congrats! The North welcomes you...
Bienvenue, mes amies! I'm glad that your trip was safe, and now--over, especially for good old Buster--poor guy.It still surprises me that Rogers kept their appointment with you--they've never been so prompt for me.Congrats to both of you!
Wow, thanks everybody!Nerves, sushi, taxes, neighbours, Rogers, Katrina - all of it - it's all good. (Well, the taxes aren't so good, but someone's gotta pay for our health care, right?) :-D
Now Kyle, whatever could you mean? There's no ban on Bennett Avenue Terriers! ;-)(COOL!)
Wow, that's so wonderful! Congrats!!!
This is so exciting! Was just now able to check after a busy day and am so glad! Congratulations!
Welcome. I hope everything goes well for you here.
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