That seemed like a long week, anyone else? We are looking forward to our long weekend for Thanksgiving.
I love seeing all of the Halloween decorations that people put out in their yards. Some houses go all out! We decorated the inside of our house today and Q was pretty excited about it (plus a couple of ghosts and a skeleton outside), but then he thought it meant Halloween was the next day and he was disappointed he didn't get to wear his costume yet.
These are E's paintings from his painting class two years ago. Remembrance Day poppies and a Day of the Dead skull
Another piece of E's art from school. I told Q he has to bring something home this year to add.
I took a walk down by the river at lunch the other day and this scene was so lovely. I was also listening to our church service from last Sunday since I missed the live stream. One of the topics of the service was being good stewards so the walk in nature was fitting.
And I couldn't resist taking a photo of our neighbour's mums.
Sunday was World Wide Communion Sunday (unlike some denominations, the United Church only has communion a few times a year). Our church put together an at home guide so people could partake in communion on their own, so I prepared some bread and wine and after I got home. A bit more generous than what we do at church.
We watched the VP debate this week and like many women appreciated Senator Harris's use of "I'm speaking". We've all been there, but not always felt like we could assert ourselves like she did. I was getting ready to turn it off when the fly showed up so that kept me to the end. What a gem.
If you're looking for some pumpkin recipes for this weekend, let me recommend these two:
A standard Canadian can of pure pumpkin will do for the pasta and two loaves of pumpkin bread. You're welcome :)
If you like Day in the Life posts, click over to my Wednesday Post when I documented our day on Monday.