Even though I have lived in the UK for over 11 years, I still sometimes forget British words. Yesterday at Chessington, I told my husband that the bottle of water cost two dollars. Then I called chips 'fries'. Half the time, I pronounce tomato in the American way. I have had to recently explain to my daughter that I pronounce some things differently because I'm from America but that she should pronounce things like daddy or her friends. I don't want her to be ridiculed for saying things in a 'weird' way, but she wants to do everything like me. I don't think I'll ever say everything the British way and I don't want to. I like my Americanisms. So rather than going for a little lie down on the sofa to watch some telly, I think I'll go veg out on the couch and watch some TV. Peace Out!