Thursday, October 14, 2010

Canada in Autumn

Things I learned while in Canada:
Kalamalka Lake

  • Pumpkin picking is an art
  • 115 kilometers = 71 miles
  • I am really short
  • Maria loves me
  • "Sorrow" is pronounced "Sohrrow"
  • Apparently I'm a brown-noser
  • "Jam" in Spanish is "mermelada"
  • Displacement is real...as is gravity
  • I should take more pictures
  • British Columbia is pretty
  • The Ogopogo is something akin to the Loch Ness Monster
  • If I'm hungry enough, I can eat a tuna fish sandwich, even if it has pickles in it
  • Little boys who wake up and play video games at 6:00 in the morning should be shot
  • Canadian Thanksgiving is almost as good as American Thanksgiving...almost
  • I really like my boyfriend :)
   Things I've learned since I've been home:
  • I'm still really, really tired.
    
    At the Pumpkin Patch

2 comments:

Melinda said...

Do they have the turkey and stuffing and everything? I want to hear more about this boy...

Jennie Mabey said...

I hope those little boys don't read your blog. They would be offended at the thought of you wanting to shoot them!