Hello ladies, gents and the rest of you who don’t fit into either category. It’s your friendly neighbourhood Gwen covering for Robin while she’s off visiting people who are most assuredly NOT me.

But am I bitter? Am I crushed? Am I broken hearted? No. No I’m not. In fact, I’m hopeful. Now that she’s gone off to Europe, Canada should be next on the list. Right? And just to be sure, I’ve come up with a few examples why Canada… well, Saskatchewan is the place you want to be.

Hopefully you’ll take all this in to account next time you’re making travel plans. (I’ll have the bed turned down and supper on the table when you get here.)


9 Thoughts on “I Should Have Gone Into Tourism

  1. You will notice that when I moved, I moved NORTH. It’s all part of my master plan to eventually get to Canada to hang out with you. I’m already 10 hours closer than I was a few months ago!

  2. Does Regina rhyme with a certain female body part? If not, can you change it so that it does.

  3. Wow. I’m bookin’ my trip right now!

  4. Gemini on October 17, 2008 at 9:39 am said:

    hmmm Regina… rhymes with fun… I must be off on my rhyming skills… I don’t think that it rhymes with “Kevin Spacey”


  5. lol. this was cute gwen! Rhymes with fun – rolf!

  6. Gwenhwyfar on October 17, 2008 at 12:09 pm said:

    Fabs – Sweet deals. I’ll be here waiting, butt plug at the ready.

    H – I think I just did Tourism Saskatchewan a bigger favour than they’ll ever know.

    Gemini – Only in certain dialects.

    Blue – I need to get shirts made up with that slogan.


  7. Gwenhwyfar on October 20, 2008 at 1:49 am said:

    Whall – Yes, yes it does. Just ask Fabs.


  8. Oh I’ll be there, right after I see the other 10 places I would like to see much more. But then, Canada has you and that’s reason enough for me.

    Oh and I’ve been to Montreal, so there :tongue:

  9. I’m awfully late on this, I know. It’s just that I only now “got” the armchair tomato thing.

    It’s an armchair tomato, as opposed to a couch potato.

    I’m embarrassed to admit how long it took me to suss that out, and more embarrassed to admit that I’m now relieved that I don’t have to devote any more of my, apparently, diminishing brain cells to the problem. :dunno:

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