Friday, July 10, 2009

Geography Lesson

*You are entering into conversations bits throughout this past week. Be careful - this may scare you!*

Conversation #1:
Me: New Mexico. Now that wouldn't be a bad place to live.
Kayla: But you can't speak Spanish. You wouldn't survive there.
Me: New Mexico is in the UNITED STATES!
Kayla: Oh. I thought it was somewhere in Mexico.

Conversation #2:
Me: Rachel may get to visit Brazil.
Kayla: Brazil. Where's that?
Me: In South America.
Kayla: Which America do we live in?
Me: Seriously? You are asking me that? We live in North America.

Conversation #3:
Kayla: That's a cool license plate. They are from Saskatchewan. Where's that?
Me: In Canada.

And that folks, is the California education system at it's finest. :)

*And for the sake of my sister.....she really is smart....geography just isn't her subject!*

*And yes. I have a desire to move again. I just don't know where. I have the whole world full of possiblities. Any ideas? ....and California is not an option!*


Rachel Melone said...

Rapid City? I lived there for a few years and loved it! Plus, you could go to the biker's rally every year!

Katie Glathar said...

That is a stupid question. ENGLAND! Or at least the Glathar house to be my personal teacher!

Dani said...

Whitefish!!!! We would gladly take you here, the Dustins always ask how you are doing.

Stephanie Hunsinger Rich said...

I think Tennessee is generally a wonderful place. Warm most of the year, snows once a blue moon, plenty of fabulous things to do, places to be, people to see. I would say it sounds quite convincing!