Tuesday, November 27, 2012

November Round Up

Remember October when I blogged everyday... that was a lot. But we are back to pretty much normal with the blogging once or twice a month. Although I think we will do the Eat at Home Challenge in January so there will be blogging over there. Who's up for January? November is one of my least favorite months, even though one of my most favorite people celebrates a birthday then. But the short days and the cold are not my favorite. Here in Calgary we have had snow for pretty much the whole month already. I even was debating on going to Jodie's wedding next week to get out of this cold.... But anyway here is a round up of some of the things we have been upto:

This is from last weekend when we went to Darryl's Christmas party.  I love Darryl's ganster look in the bottom picture.  It was a pretty fun party.  They had dueling pianos for the evenings entertainment which was lots of fun.  

Here's a great picture of me and my favorite dog.  Gosh I love this girl.  We have sorted out most of her mental health issues with a combination of drugs and not leaving her home alone.  Puppies are cute and wonderful, but it's also great to have a dog who is more settled.  Who loves to walk, but if it's too cold is okay to stay inside too. 

Here's one of my favorite people at her birthday dinner.  Nathan LOVES his grandma.  So he picked her to sit beside him and snuggled up to her multiple times in the night.  For dinner we went to a lovely Italian restaurant that was delicious!

This is another one of the fun things we did this month.  Tammy and I were looking for a concert to go to and a new band who we enjoy, who had the free song of the week a couple of weeks ago on itunes was coming to Calgary, Walk off the Earth.  I had heard of them before they were very famous for a remake of the Goyte song, Someone that I Use to Know, where all 5 members play on the same guitar.  Of course the band was at a bar and the show didn't start till 10pm, which is my bed time.  But I cant let sleep get in the way of good music and fun times.  Walk off the Earth put on a really good and high energy show.  If they ever come to a venue near you, go, you'll enjoy it. 

Till Next Month


1 comment:

Lori Campbell said...

I'm up for the Eat at Home challenge in January!!