(four Canada keyfobs, to represent the four of us)Two adults, two small children (5 & 3 1/2) straight off the
Both children attended school; went to university, and have since gone on to get married, have great jobs and have presented us with the best grandchildren, grandparents could ever wish for. Basically, they have achieved everything and more that we hoped they would achieve by moving here.
We have moved several times, I had several jobs, dh just the one............his second job in his working life, he will have been there 30 years on June 6th.........he doesn't like change...LOL Made many friends and have lost some special friends for various reasons.....mainly due to death.
Canada is home, I have lived here more of my life than Britain. Dh will achieve that status at the end of January 2020. We became Canadian citizens as soon as we could and are privileged/fortunate that we can still retain our British citizenship.
Both dh and I sound British when we talk, but when people ask us where we come from (especially when we're in the States), my standard response now is we are British born but Canada is our home.
Canada has been very good to us and we have no regrets about moving here. Our only regret I guess is that I wish we had the rest of our family in the same country; but that will never happen.
A Happy Anniversary to us.......