First full week of school in the books, and despite some additional commitments, like eye doctor and dentist appointments, we liked being back on a schedule of sorts. Extra-curriculars start next week with skating, piano, and tutoring, with swimming to follow shortly, so we will soon be back in the full swing of things.
We don't go to many concerts but I saw that one of my favourite artists, Noah Reid, is doing a live show at the Danforth Music Hall in November, so I'm going to try and get tickets today. I have been listening to his new album since it was released so I will actually know the music.
I bought this dress when I went to Montreal but since it was a thicker material, I hadn't worn it until this week as the weather is turning cooler. It's very comfy.
E has a big baseball game on Saturday and he and Q wanted to make some posters and flags. This is their handiwork.
I have been interested in the various events surrounding the period of mourning for Her Majesty The Queen. I will be on a plane during the funeral, but I am hoping I can watch it with the help of the airplane's wi-fi and a VPN. But I will still record it and watch it at some point even if it's not live.
Last time I was in Miami I didn't get a chance to find a Cuban sandwich but I'm going to rectify that this time.
Yesterday I posted about three things going on with each of us at the moment, so click over there to see some more fun stuff. And you can see why I have a band-aid on my face.
Have a great weekend!
I really like your dress. I have one in that exact same material and it’s one of my favourites. The funeral for Her Majesty starts at 8pm Australian time so I am really glad that I will be home to watch it. We are having a memorial public holiday for Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday. Do you guys have a public holiday in Canada?ReplyDelete
The federal government declared a public holiday but each province is treating it differently, Ontario did not make it a holiday. So banks will be closed and no mail delivery, but most things will be business as usual. With a moment of silence at one point and 96 tolls of the bell here in Toronto.Delete