Canada for the Holidays
Things I’m Looking Forward to in Canada
Pavement - makes for quieter driving.
Street lights - the irony of this is that the one street light on our street shines right into our bedroom window and is a source of much frustration.
Reflective strips on roads - I do not understand how there isn’t more accidents, because finding the lanes is so hard, especially when it’s raining!
Distance measured in something that makes a little more sense to me for some reason - Kilometers.
Weather measured in proper units - Celsius.
All my people.
Things I Will Miss
The normalcy of routine and my own space.
Cheese, local brewed sodas, sharp cheddar cheese, trees, humidity, spicy cheese… need I say more? Cheese is obviously it’s own food group.
That odd sense of freedom I found when we arrived here. It’s a feeling I have been unable to describe and yet it’s what has made Wisconsin home.
The weather - while not measured in proper units is far better than the bitter cold of Alberta winters.
No red light cameras or photo radar - fingers crossed I don’t get any tickets.
Trees, humidity, lakes. Wisconsin is definitely home.