Well, we finally sent off my first round of immigration papers! It was a LOT of time, work, and money. (Thank you Mom and Dad White for helping us get them all done!). But it's pretty worth it I guess-- you know, staying in the same country as my husband and stuff. No but seriously- I realllly hope we did everything right and that things get worked out- I can't even go back to Canada yet! Because I'm in the process of becoming a citizen, I have to apply for travel allowances every time I want to leave, which takes at least 2 months to go through (if you're lucky). No impulsive trips home for us! The possibility of getting caught and charged a huge fine/getting deported isn't something we're going to risk. I did just apply to be able to come home for a week in April, though- so hopefully I'll see you guys then! Hopefully we're going to throw another wedding party for you Canadians who couldn't come down to Utah! And my American family can come see how awesome it is in Canada (hopefully we don't have a random April blizzard. Bad first impression, eh?). But in my opinion, we can pull off both! Sledding in April is cool- and if a chinook comes along you can just go bridge jumping later that day anyway.
|waterton: beautiful ALL seasons!|
|jennifer or sean took this one|