Colleen has been a little busy these days!
In addition to looking after five young children, working some nursing shifts at McFarland Home in Picton, doing farm and garden chores, helping Andrew with honey sales, volunteering at church and being hospitable to a variety of people, she has been doing the paperwork necessary to become a Canadian citizen, including studying for the citizenship exam.
She passed the exam and was invited last Friday to a citizenship ceremony in Ottawa at which she took the oath of citizenship. It all became official! Sheila and I were pleased to be able to attend along with Andrew and the children.
It was a great day for the family and we think that Canada gained another great citizen!