Holiday snaps. Here’s life lately:
I made way too many shortbread cookies this year.
Pizza night. We cheated on the crust.
Worked outside of the office one day. It was distracting.
My first Hanukkah present! I have great clients.
David and I are reading Harry Potter. My university roommate Beth, gave me this book.
We had Katherine and Jay + kids over for a fun night. It started off classy.
Christmas eve with Henry in Point Pleasant Park.
Amanda made me the most adorable batch of gingerbread men. Sarah made me peanut butter balls and Kristin delivered an assortment of goodies. Lucky me.
It was a quiet but nice Christmas eve with Mike’s parents.
I am pretty impressed with my screenshot skills.
Christmas morning on Cabot Street.
David got a waffle maker and was in charge of breakfast with Nanna.
Erin and Cameron + kids popped over on Christmas day for a quick visit.
David got started on his new lego right away.
My mother-in-law made my favourites for Christmas dinner including broccoli casserole. I got leftovers!
We drove around Halifax on boxing day night checking out all of the lights. These houses bring in the big crowds.
Christmas break is for binging. This year it was the Crown. More please!
I attempted to braid my hair while watching it… not bad.
Two very good books I have been reading this season.
We took David and his friend to the Putting Edge. We barely saw them. (I beat Mike)
My new bag arrived! Thank you Fjallraven Canada.
Mike and I celebrated New Years Eve a night early at Edna’s. Less crowds. Hey Mike, let me take a picture.
Oh wait, let me take a picture with the drinks.
Now let me take a picture with the appetizers.
These days I need to double-up the motivation to run. I did the Runners World Run Streak and overlapped the last week with a local clubs Christmas Marathon.
*** We had our friends from Quebec and others over for New Years eve brunch and forgot to take pictures – big fail ***
On the real New Years eve we stayed in and watched Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
New Years day walk around the Frog Pond Trail.
My first time skiing this winter. Mike and David have already been out a few times.
Back to school and work. My house it peaceful and quiet again (during the day)
On to the next project. David is loving his K’Nex
Ants on a log for special dinner guests.
Snow was in the forecast so we drove to Pugwash Saturday night to get ahead of the storm and close to Ski Wentworth.
It snowed all day. Lots of powder practice before our trip out West next month with the family.
While we skied, Henry did as well with my mom on their trails.
That’s a wrap. I’ll be back again.
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