Something I love about having the last six years documented in this blog is how much I forget.
For instance: I thought I started doing Top Five lists on this blog when I moved to England.
But actually I began when I was in Quebec. Randomly. As was my entire stay in la belle province.
As I dug through my archives I decided a good way to start off Top Five Lists month is to do one from my own collection: Top Five First Fives From Arbynblog
- Top Five Things That Make (Do Not Make) My Bug Bites Itchier
- Top Five Things I Learned in Montreal
- Top Five Things Not to Say When Meeting Yacht People for the First Time
- Top Five Favourite Moments from my Brother’s Wedding and Reception
- Top Five Reasons to Live in London
My first attempts at Top Five lists were kind of funny. They consisted of a lot of inside jokes and no context, which was probably only funny to me and the one other person who was there (who probably didn’t even read my blog cause it was kind of a secret back then). I hope I’ve matured past that by now.
And, actually, although I think all those lists are pretty funny, I found another, which may take the cake. It’s about my first experience driving in England and me oh my that was a nail biter! Reading that list makes it seem like it was just yesterday I was driving on the left-hand side of the road, listening to my driving instructor tell me how nervous I made him because I was from Canada and claimed I could drive a manual transmission (I totally could).
Oh, and when you read Top Five Things to Know About Driving in England know that all these things actually happened to me on my FIRST driving lesson. Crazy! How did I spend two years there and never get in an accident?!