What the United States Lost By Gaining Independence from Britain

I’ll be back later on this week with a full post. Today I’m recovering from a weekend full of various Pride and Canada Day events. They were a ton of fun, but my mind and body are drained from all of the sunshine, crowds, and hours spent walking around. (I logged 24,000 steps yesterday alone!)

In the meantime, I hope you enjoy this video. I absolutely love seeing this kind of gentle ribbing from one country to another. It’s funny to me to see how the relationship between the U.S. and Britain has evolved over the last 240 years.  The U.S. was once like a rebellious child in certain ways, and Britain was like an overly-strict parent. Now they’re more like siblings who remember how much they used to bicker but can’t remember why those old arguments were ever that important.  Isn’t it interesting how that works?

Hopefully Canada will get to join in on the fun next time!

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