3.08.2006

great news

And I do mean great. Nick and Mason are one step closer to Canada! One huge step.

When I went over to Life Without Borders to congratulate them, it was cool to see friends of wmtc there. We are quite the community now.

13 comments:

MattInTO said...

So wonderful to see others accomplish what truly is a great feat. Nothing easy or uncomplicated about it. And the reward is priceless. The temptation to take out my PR card and wave it at parties is almost overwhelming.

Matt

Masnick96 said...

Thank you for the kind words Laura....can't wait to have you over for the housewarming :-)

Expat Traveler said...

That does make me happy too.. I'm waiting for that news too one day...

Wrye said...

Community?

hmmm...no, we disagree too much. Something more irregular or rag tag. A swarm maybe. A horde?

A confederation!

L-girl said...

I definitely think of wmtc as a community. I don't think everyone in a community has to agree on everything. I feel attached to my friends here in a real community kind of way. What can I tell ya.

L-girl said...

The temptation to take out my PR card and wave it at parties is almost overwhelming.

I love my PR card. I'm so proud of it!

I'm waiting for that news too one day...

Can't wait to celebrate with you, too!

James said...

Off topic: I've just discovered that Flickr has a group dedicated to Toronto Sushi. Good place to find out and tell others about Toronto area sushi places. With pictures. :)

David Cho said...

What? What? What?

You haven't blogged about Canada beating the US in baseball?

L-girl said...

Patience, patience. I can only blog in the mornings now.

L-girl said...

Good place to find out and tell others about Toronto area sushi places.

Wow, good place to get hungry, too. Even at 7:00 a.m. pictures of sushi look good to me!

Andrea said...

good for them, we are on two months and counting, should be in the home country by May!!!

i really need to stop the procastination about my packing, i hate packing!!!

Scott M. said...

Matt:The temptation to take out my PR card and wave it at parties is almost overwhelming.

Laura:I love my PR card. I'm so proud of it!


I always thought that "Permanent Resident" was SO much better than "Resident Alien". I don't know if I'd be proud of a RA card and wanting to wave it around.

Amazing the difference a name makes.

Granny said...

Andrea is still trying to find space for both her 73 pairs of shoes and the baby.

I haven't kept up with your friends butI'm pleased it's good news. I'll go and tell them so right away.