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I’m a Canadian, I want to go to America, but the speed limit is 30 mph

I’ve always wanted to go home to Canada.

I’m 23 and have no plans to leave my hometown.

But I’m in my late 20s and am looking for something more adventurous.

I have a dream of flying solo.

I’ve read about some amazing solo trips, but I haven’t done them.

So I asked around on Reddit.

My first post was titled, “What I want out of America.”

I wasn’t sure if I wanted to stay here for more than a year or a year and a half.

I wanted more adventure and to see my family, but also to see a new place.

I had a lot of ideas about what I wanted.

I tried to get the most interesting things in.

I ended up going to Disneyland for my birthday and the movie I was watching.

I loved the movie.

I felt like it was so cool and I could see so many different things.

I was in a hotel, but it was kind of a waste of time.

Then I went to the World of Disney, and I felt very much at home.

It was the place where I was really in the moment.

I enjoyed all of the experiences there.

I think it was great.

Then, I thought, Why don’t I try a new adventure and go to Africa.

I got there with the help of my friend, but he had to stay in a very secure place for a long time.

I thought maybe I’ll go to Kenya, Tanzania, and Namibia, but they were not in my list.

I would never have met the people.

I could’ve stayed in a place with a big group, but if I was alone I was going to get lost.

I went there with my friend to see some safari safaris.

I couldn’t get into the safari, but when I did, I saw something really cool.

It had been destroyed.

It looked like it had been set on fire.

I really wanted to be there, so I asked if I could take a picture with it.

I did take a few photos, but that was about it.

The safari was so peaceful.

The people were so friendly.

I can’t even describe it.

It felt like I was back home.

I just couldn’t wait to get back.

I still had a great time there, but now I’m not going to be able to do it for a year.

I started going back to Canada on January 15, 2019.

I found that Canada was not as crowded as it was when I was there.

When I went home to Toronto, it was busy because of the fireworks.

So, I decided to come back to the States and see how it would be.

I knew that I had to make a decision.

I didn’t want to wait.

I said to myself, I’ll just get in touch with my parents and ask them if I can stay for a month.

Then they would take care of me and make sure I had everything I needed.

I met with my mother.

She was in New York.

She had a huge house and everything.

She has four kids, so she’s a very strong person.

I told her about my plan.

She said, I don’t have any money, so if you’re willing to give me $250, I can take you to Africa, but then you have to get married and have kids.

I want her to be happy.

I don,t think I’ll ever be able do that.

But at least I’ll have something to look forward to.

My mom said, “No, I won’t do that, I just don’t want you to be left out.”

It was a very stressful situation.

We were getting married in April, so we were supposed to be celebrating in Canada in April.

But we were already preparing for the big celebration.

My family and I were living in Toronto, so it was getting late.

It started snowing on April 10 and we had to leave on April 16.

It got snowing again and we were stranded in Toronto.

I asked my mom if she would take me with her, and she said, no, I have to go.

So we were stuck for a couple of days.

It wasn’t long before the police told us that we had the right to leave.

We just had to get out of Canada.

That was a really hard time.

There were a lot things I didn´t understand, like, How do I pay my taxes?

What will happen if I leave?

So we had a few weeks before we could leave.

I called my mom to let her know that I was leaving.

We called her the next day and said we were leaving.

It just felt so strange.

I wasn´t expecting to be going anywhere.

I mean, we were married, but we didn´ t have much time.

My mother said, if you go home now, we