I think you say "la dinde" but you never know if the quebequois have a special word for it. Bonne fete!
jouyeux montreal! i just read that the canadian PM has introduced in parlaiment a motion to basically let Quebec be its own nation as many separatists want. you'll have to let us know what the buzz is like there, when you return!
hope you had a happy thanksgiving!i want to go to montreal and see teh undergroud city... is it really true?and yah, i have no rants since i didnt go home and its not a holiday here.nice picture though, the colors are great!
turkey, c'est la dinde! i really like your blog, because it offers validation that feminists come in many different forms. you should check out"www.youngerwomenstaskforce.blogspot.com">my blog on the topic of having a thanksgiving in the spirit of sisterhood. hope you had a good holiday!
well, the buzz was all in french, so i really couldn't tell what the pulse was (to mix metaphors horrifically). but it seemed that most everyone was 'eh.'or maybe that's just montreal's basic attitude to everything - eh.and i had a great thanksgiving! it was so relaxing. go here for a more detailed description of it. i managed to order my breakfast in french once and when they answered with a stream of french i had to just break down and use english. i felt so bad!i'm staying in town next christmas so maybe i'll have an all women's christmas here!
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