Usually I envy Americans' ability to just pack up and move to LA at the drop of a hat without the Canadian problem of getting a work visa...
...Or their ridiculously amazing variety of candy that us neighbors to the north will taste only if we order it online at 25.00$/lb (never kilo of course), plus tax, plus plus shipping and handling, plus customs. Pretty much the cost equivalent to driving there and picking it up yourself with an impromptu spree at Macy's to boot. Lunch at Fuddruckers included.
|soapy licorice snaps! (mom i know your saliva-is-a-producin!')|
|who knows but it looks good|
|fluff in a jar|
|get stronger with big red|
|stropical sno is soooo much more than a sno-cone. there are like 5000 flavors!|
|cola cubes! Oh the things I would give up to have a jar beside me right now.|
Today I am jealous of Americans because they can all cozy up on their sofas July 13th and watch 'Roseanne's Nuts,' on the 'Lifetime' network (Roseanne Barr's new reality series about her running and living on a macadamia nut farm in Hawaii. She and I are now cyberfriends - she LOL'd one of my comments on her blog, which to me cyber-sounded like her great cackle at the end of her sitcom intro)
***fast forward this clip to hear***
I love that laugh.
Until today I had planned on doing the whole 'Lifetime' sofa thing, except for I would be on a couch naturally. Then I learned that Canadian's cannot get the 'Lifetime' channel, even with a satellite dish.
What the H-E-double hockey sticks is going on here? I could have sworn it was a basic, joe-schmoe channel that any Canadian Tom, dick, Harry or Jane got if they had a tv set and rabbit ears. Me was wrong.
|no LIFETIME for you!|
Nor is one of your latest Filliam & Fate - the fory of how a fince marries a fommoner.
sigh. Guess I will just have to find someone with an illegal DirectTV won't I?
Or maybe I could combine my next candy run with the premiere?
American's are so grand.