When Kathy and I met, she had not watched a complete hockey game from beginning to end. That changed the second night so she could time when to meet me for our “first date.” She has watched many a game since then, including when I played and coached.
– all pictures courtesy of Mo from the http://thecrazycrone.org/. Mo’s sense of humor is very similar to mine, and she shared these pictures with me knowing my Canuck sense of ‘ha ha’. If there is one thing I know about Canadians, it is that we can collectively have a laugh at our own expense, all in the name of, “The Great White North”!
Please join me (and Mo, who lives in North Cyprus) with a little, “Canadian Content” to provide a little laugh to your day!
I am quite certain there are many Canadians (especially those who live in the Provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta) who are grinning from ear to frozen ear with this little montage. I must confess that during many exasperatingly frigid Prairie winters I felt relieved at the ‘warmer’ temperatures when the -40C had left the region. Interestingly enough, I found myself switching to a…
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This Canadian is laughing 🙂
We need a special perspective on life. We just got back from Phoenix and were greeted with a snow and minus 20 weather. One can only smile and laugh about it.
Ohhh bundle up! Yes, the smile is a great response – after all, it’s easiest to just go with it 🙂
It is what we live with so you are so right: smile and go with the flow.
I like a National Sense of Humour.. This fits the bill.
That is a wonderful way to see it David.
Love the sign, sent it to a Canadian friend. 😀
We enjoy a lot of what makes us Canadian.
“Sigh & “LOL”!
Thank you for the lovely comment Resa.