5 comments on “Birthdays, ice makers and Medicare?

  1. Lynda says:

    You are so very young and your spouse is young too. I think things aren’t as complex in Canada as I don’t remember much paperwork – but that could be because I’m much older! 🙂 I hope it all gets straightened out. Blessings.

    • You are kind Lynda—and it is meant as humor as it is so terribly absurd—any time the Government is involved–the complications are ridiculous—once again, that I may provide humor through the trials and tribulations of this thing I call life 🙂
      Blessing for a wonderful weekend!!
      a big hug—Julie

      • Lynda says:

        I knew you were trying to bring humour into a frustrating situation but behind it all is the frustration! In all of this, we are blessed to live where we do.

      • hence why we Americans always think the grass is greener on the other side…of the border 🙂
        I fell in love with Vancouver Island and Victoria—thinking I could move to Canada in a heart beat—but as I perused that little notion, it seems it is not easy for the southern cousins to cross the border of the northern cousins easily 🙂
        therefore I remain stuck in the red tape nightmare koan as our Government 🙂

  2. Bless your heart! I sure don’t envy you having to go through that process. Thank goodness neither James nor I have to deal with medicare. I have my teacher’s retirement fund and he has his private annuity fund through the City of Fort Worth. But you can do it, I know you can!!!! Hugs and love, N 🙂

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