Tag Archives: Carmichael

Cambridge with Kids

Our kids are constantly surprising us. They keep rising to the occasion that is “explore every inch of our new homeland” with enthusiasm. Most of the time. They were excited about the Eiffel Tower, the nuclear bomb shelter in Essex, … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Hertford Style

For close to a decade we have spent Thanksgiving at our cottage on Lake Winnipeg with our family crowded around tables, elbows knocking, as we gave our thanks. This year we had to tweak our old traditions. We ate chicken rather … Continue reading

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5 English Lessons Learned – You Don’t Have to be Royal to be Treated Like Royalty

They say with every big move there will be some bumps. Small hurdles. Hiccups that interrupt your acclimation to your new environment. Today The Carmichaels made the bumpiest of roads look like a newly paved freeway. Yes, indeedy. We are … Continue reading

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The Final Countdown

Only 5 more sleeps until our transatlantic move. Overseas. Living in Europe. Neighbors with the Queen. Okay the last is a stretch, but it still counts. If Elizabeth the Second was in a pinch and needed a place for a … Continue reading

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The Journey has Begun

…and we’re still in Canada! We went, we toured, we accomplished our tasks; find a house, a school, a community to live in. Check, check, double check. In 6 weeks, this will be our new view; The View from Hillview. … Continue reading

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