Our American nephew is coming to Ontario next month to try out for a hockey team. If he makes it the next step could be the NHL. He’s certainly talented enough. I have a feeling that he’s going to be living in Canada very soon.
There’s only one problem .. he’s already a Canadian citizen, which of course isn’t a requirement, but since his father is Canadian his dad was sure to get his three children citizenship while they were young so they are duel citizens – something that I don’t think you can do anymore – the problem is that he doesn’t have a Canadian passport. So my brother in law is calling us and emailing us with questions about the paperwork and of course it’s all a made scramble since there’s only a month or so left before he needs it.
Now I’m sure my brother in law could have figured out most of this on his own and probably a lot earlier than this if he wasn’t a computerphobe. Yep … he’s pretty much afraid to turn on the computer .. although he’s getting a little better than he was a few years ago. At this rate maybe by the time he’s an old man perhaps he won’t need our help with all the Medicare part D plans or other health care related forms that I’m sure he’s bound to run into by that time. LOL
We’re looking forward to seeing the two of them when they come for a visit in July. I think it’s going to be a fairly quick visit. The hockey tryouts are in another part of the province .. closer to my hometown than where we are living now, but my husband might drive out there and stay with them in the hotel so that he can spend more time with them and cheer on our nephew. Wish him luck!