I spent the better part of last week in Edmonton, Alberta Canada at a Library conference. It's the second time I've been to Canada, but the first time I've been to Alberta. I and a few of my coworkers flew in Tuesday night. Wednesday, we presented a mini conference about personality conflicts and generational differences in the work place. (If any one needs URLs for personality tests, I have all the good ones.) Then we went shopping at the biggest mall in this hemisphere. You can go to the doctor, get groceries, get your oil changed, and get married in this mall. And please let's not forget the roller coaster, ice rink, and giant whale statue you will see along the way.
Friday I got to go to the Edmonton temple. By Saturday I was finished with librarians and ready to come home. But I will always keep a piece of Canada with me.
Because you need to know how to ask for the restroom in all languages - especially Canadian, Eh!