Tag: American

March

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I used to maintain a blog called Fahrenheit to Celsius: An American In Canada. As I started to work with WordPress, I abandoned that blog, which was on the Blogger platform. WordPress seemed more useful. And then Facebook took off. But eventually, the 2016 Election happened, and Donald Trump is going to be inaugurated President …

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Dépaysement: Everywhere A Sign

Passage Interdit

Dépaysement translates roughly as “change of scenery.”  It translates even more roughly as “The feeling that comes from not being in one’s own country.” I am an American in Canada.  It takes some getting used to.     Thanks to The Huffington Post (believe it or not) for this.

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Dépaysement: The Story of Canadian Thanksgiving

Canadian Thanksgiving

Dépaysement translates roughly as “change of scenery.”  It translates even more roughly as “The feeling that comes from not being in one’s own country.” I am an American in Canada.  It takes some getting used to. Thanksgiving in October still sneaks up on me.  I’ve always celebrated Thanksgiving the fourth Thursday of November, but here …

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Dépaysement: Drop a dime

Dépaysement translates roughly as “change of scenery.”  It translates even more roughly as “The feeling that comes from not being in one’s own country.” I am an American in Canada.  It takes some getting used to. I was telling a story to a friend, and said, “Someone dropped a dime so the auditors came out …

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Dépaysement: Survey Said!

dépaysement

Dépaysement translates roughly as “change of scenery.”  It translates even more roughly as “The feeling that comes from not being in one’s own country.” I am an American in Canada.  It takes some getting used to. Thanks to The Huffington Post (believe it or not) for this.

Permanent link to this article: http://cateeales.com/2014/02/23/survey-said/