On the way home from preschool yesterday, we were stopped by a freight train. Usually, I just look at the graffiti on the train cars as they go by, but yesterday I noticed something else. Painted on one of the boxcars cruising by was this: “Canadien National.” I’m not the world’s greatest speller, but even I saw that something was off. I looked at the next CN boxcar. It read: “Canadian National.” And then the next: “Canadien* National.” And then the next one: “Canadian National.” Hey, at least they’ve got a pattern going on!
Lily and Emmy both received some stuffed animals for Christmas. My sister-in-law gave Lily a zebra, and Emmy a cheetah. These stuffed animals have the biggest heads EVER! As I was looking at the tag, I noticed that there was a picture of a dog on the tag. Why was there a picture of a dog? Because my SIL bought Lily and Emmy DOG TOYS for Christmas! Isn’t that HILARIOUS?!? (She liked these stuffed animals so much, she bought herself a giraffe!)
*My husband found out that “Canadien” is the French spelling of “Canadian.” So there is a reason for the “misspelling!”
Head on over to
Canadien Canadian Keely’s blog for a little more random!