31 Day Blog Challenge – Day 12

 

Let me just say, I was not born in the South but I got here as fast as I could.  I love it.  My heart and soul belong here.

I grew up on the east coast of Canada in a community so small that I’m still friends (thank you Facebook) with my Primary (that’s what we call Kindergarten) teacher.

So first and foremost.  I miss my health care.  Or maybe I miss not constantly needing to worry about it…

East Coast Snacks

East Coast Snacks

I also miss Keith’s beer on tap, Ketchup Chips, Smarties made out of chocolate, Coffee Crisp & Bits and Bites.

I miss east coast accents, people understanding my hockey analogies and ‘down with the causeway B’ye‘ – RIP General John Cabot Trail.

I miss my family.

The older P-Funk gets the more I feel my family is missing out on babysitting, I mean her awesomeness…

But on the other hand, I don’t miss the winters. :)  And my friend Stephanie keeps me (well it’s not just for me) up to date on all the wicked cool stuff going on in the Atlantic provinces on her stellar website Sea and Be Scene.

So on that note I’ll toast you with my PBR Tall Boy and for ole times, raise my can to the hat trick – a perfectly good analogy for landing 3 clients in one day.

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Day 11: Last Book I Read

Day 10: Daily Routine

Day 9: Life List

Day 8: Biggest Pet Peeve

Day 7: Dream Job

Day 6: Random Act of Kindness

Day 5: Favorite Films

Day 4: Best Childhood Memory

Day 1, 2 & 3: Playing Catchup

Peace in,

Tami

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5 Responses to Day 12: Something That You Miss

  1. Monique says:

    Ketchup chips? Sounds interesting!

  2. Laura says:

    Anytime I think of Canadian health care I turn green with envy. If only the US Government could get their collective butts in gear and figure something out.

  3. Ellis Middlesworth says:

    Tomato ketchup was sold locally by farmers. A man named Jonas Yerks (or Yerkes) is believed to have been the first man to make tomato ketchup a national phenomenon. By 1837, he had produced and distributed the condiment nationally.[7] Shortly thereafter, other companies followed suit. F. & J. Heinz launched their tomato ketchup in 1876…^^:

    http://www.healthmedicinelab.comSee you in a bit

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