Monday, 6 July 2015

Me On Monday July 6th





Stream at the no longer in use Guelph Correctional Institute
Hello and a wave to Sian, who hosts Me On Monday:  http://fromhighinthesky.blogspot.ca/  and a wave to the other lovely bloggers joining in.




I read two books by Jeffrey Archer, The Clifton series, vol 1 & 2  / I've been making some bad food choices / I panicked, something seemed wrong on the newly acquired camera body-turns out I just have to turn  this factory set feature off / gratitude for a great relationship with Alex at Halton Camera /Mr Man had eye surgery follow up appointment - all good, re-check in September / lots of steps in- everyday more than 10,000 / new style of weekly menu sheet in use / planning meals on some simple old favourite recipes / short work week because of Canada Day- celebrated with lots of red and white / 2 days of vacation tacked on to stat holiday /  ticking off items on Rinda’s SPSH / lots of photo taking / some unplanned adventures were enjoyed /  lots of weeding, made easy with all the rain / enjoyed a very long hot shower after weeding / trip to recycle centre with 3 bags of yard waste / saw the latest Pixar movie,  Inside Out (cute) / watched GB GP(F1), not liking our only option of coverage- DC you talk too much,  but yeah Lewis / sister calling / wedding gift buying / week scheduling, there’s some business travel in there for Mr Man / laundry / kitty play time and cuddle time.

 Monday you are fast becoming my favourite day of the week.

8 comments:

  1. Sounds like you had a lovely Canada Day and long weekend. :) Monday is definitely not my favourite!
    Delanie

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    1. Hi Delanie. Canada Day & the 4 days that followed were weather perfect. Mondays like today can be a bit of a challenge, but right now I'm going to enjoy an amazing sunset - the wild fires way out in BC are putting tiny smoke particles high up, which in turn give us brilliant red sunsets.

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  2. Yep: we always enjoy the Grand Prix. Every year we say next year we'll actually get to Silverstone!

    You are so right about the rain making the weeding easier. I had never looked at it that way before.

    Have a good week Mary-Lou

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    1. Thanks Sian. It's doubtful I'll ever get to the Canadian GP in Montreal. Tickets are very expensive. We use to get TV coverage choice on 2 stations, now just one choice but at least we get the coverage, so not all bad :)

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  3. "Celebrated with lots of red and white" ... Immediately thought of wine but I'm guessing this says more about me than it does about you!!

    Can't think for now who DC is but I've been thinking the same about Pat Cash's commentary on the tennis. He goes on and on and on and says very little! Sometimes I laugh and sometimes I mute!

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    1. col about the red & white. DC is David Coulthard, an ex-F1 driver, now race announcer and he yammers on & on & on. Very annoying at times. Mute may be an option ...

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  4. We can here the grand prix in Silverstone from our house. sounds like a packed weekend :)

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    1. That would be fantastic but only if you enjoy F1 racing. The only F1 race in Canada is in Montreal, and while I have been to Montreal, just not to a race. I cannot image the noise levels!

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