(Oh. Em. Gee. This explains everything… nothing but crickets on this post because…I pressed “Save Draft” instead of “Publish”!)
Another lovely week has come and gone and, once again, much to be most thankful/grateful for. If it weren’t for family and friends, I think I’d maybe go a tad nuts! No worries there, however as I am, as ever, well surrounded!
I was going to get my tires changed (here in Quebec, we must use winter tires from December 15 to April 15), then realised that there are no tires at the house! They are at the shop so…. another time then!
Had a birthday and was spoiled with a lovely lunch with my friend, Daniel.
Had dinner with Dominique and Susan, two girlfriends from high school that I hadn’t seen since our 25th reunion! We laughed and reminisced and just enjoyed ourselves.
My lilacs are budding! Woot, there will be flowers!
My hero of the week is my brother-in-law, Sébastien, who came to my rescue twice this week! First, to help me put my oven door back on. I don’t know how I managed to remove it in the first place! These gas ovens don’t work the same way good ole electric ones do! Merci Sébas!
Today, Sébastien came with reinforcements, in the name of Aldo, his neighbour and friend, to help Iain and me take down the Tempo. (Aidan was working so he was excused.) It definitely is a four-man job. You maybe could get away with three, but who would want to? That thing is huge and cumbersome! The deadline to take it down was April 15… so happy to see I was not the only last-minute one. Down the street, they were doing the same. Merci, infiniment à Sébastien et Aldo. Without you, it would have been quasi-impossible! XOXOXO