This felt like a long week, and my Friday Favourites post proves it, lots of favourites this week.
The kids started school this week so that caused a lot of excitement and organizing. I wrote about how the first days went here.
Monday and Tuesday were Q's last days at home before starting school. We went for a walk on Monday and although it started out a little teary-eyed, he perked up for a roll down the hill. On Tuesday he asked if I could sit and snuggle with him, so I obliged.
We had some treats this week too. Dave made cinnamon buns which made for a great first day of school breakfast.
And one night we went to the park after supper and it was a bit chilly so the boys requested hot chocolate when we got back.
I wrote another letter to Peter Mansbridge for his podcast "The Bridge". He read it on last Friday's episode (the 11th) around the 12 minute mark. It was about why I think people are still able to vote for Donald Trump even though I think he's horrible.
I decided to watch Dancing with the Stars this season. I used to watch all the time but gave up a few years ago. This time I'm excited to see Kaitlyn Bristowe, but am also loving AJ MacLean and Nelly.
Q is playing soccer for another few weeks. He had a great night on Wednesday even after a full day at school.
I realized I had not been to a Farmer's Market for awhile so I popped into the one at Montgomery Inn (Dundas and Islington) on Wednesday to see what I could find. Pears, kale, carrots, and tarts - best kind.
I also got to go golfing this week with my boss and our insurance brokers. It was a beautiful day to be out and although I didn't play as well as usual, I did hit a few good shots, including one hole where I got a birdie :)
Whew, what a week, and although it doesn't look like it, I was actually quite busy at work too. There is truth in the statement if you want something done as a busy person to do it.