Tuesday, November 28, 2006
Maybe I wasn't meant to have a dishwasher...
Cameron finally got it hooked up and running last week, so today, I loaded it up and ran it after lunch.
A little while later, Cameron smelled smoke. He ran to the kitchen and opened the dishwasher. After some searching, he found my son's favourite sippy-- melted with a huge hole in it! I guess it had flipped out of its spot and landed on the heating element during the power dry cycle.
Jonah's pretty sad about his favourite "dinosaur sippy cup" but I promised that we'd buy him a new one at Walmart tomorrow.
I just feel bad because I was mad that Cameron didn't go back to work after lunch-- now it turns out it was a good thing he was here!
Monday, November 27, 2006
We start with church in the morning, followed by R.O.X., which is one of my favourite hours of the week.
Sometimes, we invite others over for lunch. Other times, we just spend the day in a lazy way.
Yesterday, I invited my 13 year old friends, Carley and Annika over for lunch. We had pizza, pop and brownies. While Sage and Cameron slept, Austin and Jonah played computer and Carley, Annika and I made some Christmas tree ornaments out of patterned paper:
After the ornaments, we made Christmas tags. Then we had grilled cheese sandwiches and chips for supper (a healthy day, I know!)
After I took them home, Austin and I watched Amazing Race. I read and chatted on the phone with a friend until 10pm and then finished off my day watching Studio 60.
At church in the morning,Cameron fixed the boys' remote control truck. It got this cool picture of it. (I took it on the portrait setting on my camera.)
Friday, November 24, 2006
Austin had a three day school week this week and is now enjoying day 2 of his 4 day long weekend.
Actually, he's had three long weekends this month already.
But, it's good.
He and Jonah play together well. They like to watch TV (so I rented them a Scooby Doo video), play computer, chase each other around and play.
And once in a while, I can even get a good picture of them (in their Christmas sweaters!)
Monday, November 20, 2006
I love being a part of the design team for MSS and it was fun to spend time with a couple of my fellow design team members: Anita & Jen. And with MSS's owner, Marcy. She did a great job organizing the day!
My friend Susan was able to come and join us after lunch, which was really good!
I got quite a few layouts done, which was wonderful (never sure how much I'm going to accomplish at a crop!) Here are three of them:
Thursday, November 09, 2006
So I basically watch TV two evenings a week.
My favourite show right now is Grey's Anatomy. I started watching it mid-second season, but have borrowed the first season from my friend Susan. I'd still like to watch the complete second season sometime but it's 28 episodes long!
On Thursday nights, I also like to watch CSI. The original one set in Las Vegas.
Then ER. I've been watching this one for almost eight years-- I got into while I was pregnant with Austin and they aired repeats in the afternoons. (Hey, better than soaps, right?)
On Sunday nights, I like to watch Amazing Race. Actually, Austin and I like to watch this one together.
Then, at ten, I am really liking a new show this year: Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. It's very good.
That's my top five. What are yours?
Monday, November 06, 2006
I got to spend this weekend doing two of my favourite things: scrapbooking and hanging out with friends.
Tracy (with Mary's help) had planned a scrapbooking overnighter at the Pembina Valley Bible Camp.
Marlo and I drove there & back together. It was Marlo's first scrapbooking overnighter (my second!) and she suggested maybe bringing some games along. I told her not to bother-- no one would play them.
"You mean, we actually scrapbook the entire time?"
And that's exactly what we did. From 6:30pm Friday to 2:30 am Saturday morning (4am for Marlo!) and then from 8:15am to 4:30pm Saturday. Breaking only to eat and visit the washroom!
It was such a great time!
Sunday, November 05, 2006
Wednesday, November 01, 2006
Of course, this didn’t deter our trick or treaters this year.
Austin dressed up like a spy for school. Jonah was a cheetah (he slept with the head on last night and he’s still wearing it this morning) and Sage was a horse.