Groceries. The bane of my existence. Don't get me wrong, I LOVE food. I mean, I have to eat every 4 hours or the definition of the term 'hangry' would be a picture of my face. Sometimes though I would love my fridge to just pop out a fully cooked healthy meal when I am hungry and don't feel like cooking or even THINKING of what to cook.
Thanksgiving weekend we had a Polish wedding to attend, my first one! Needless to say there was lots of vodka, food and dancing and I was feeling it the next day!
Bagin Biddies ready for the Polish wedding
BLUE RODEO / /
Awesome crew for my first Oktoberfest!
There we have it a quick re-cap of October, mostly for my memory's sake! Now it's full steam to Christmas!
Where you will find me most of the summer: on the dock
My Wayhomies <3
SASKATCHEWAN / /
The city of bridges
What every Sunday should look like
The Dead Sea of Canada
Hello again: Sheepdogs
Blue Rodeo = BFF
A folking great time!
We had extended family visit the cottage. We said goodbye to my Aunt Nancy's Hydro. Steve and I adventured to Grand Bend for the first time with friends and had a crazy night out in Waterloo. I went to the Canadian National Exhibition with my parents and saw the Sheepdogs (3rd time!) with them at the Kee to Bala. A Paul Anka concert started Labour Day weekend full of family from my dad's side and friends, plus Steve's parents and sister. The Sunday night nine of us sweated it out to Sam Roberts Band at the Kee to Bala as a perfect end to the perfect summer.
Mermaid in Grand Bend
Friends new and old
When you're at the Ex...
Hello again, again: Sheepdogs!
Good ol' Canadian: Sam Roberts at the Kee
The second last Tuesday in June we had concert tickets to see Train at The Molson Canadian Amphitheatre in Toronto. My Aunt got 8 of us (including her) lawn tickets to see their Picasso at the Wheel tour. We went to see them two summers ago, hence the larger crowd this time. They are AMAZING. Seriously so good live, if you ever have a chance to see them GO!
Matt Nathanson and The Fray opened, they were great too. Matt Nathanson was super personable and fun, lots of talking to and running into the audience, which I love. I dislike when you go to a concert and the artist you have been dying to see perform, doesn't say one word to you, they just play. I mean that's what I'm there for, but talk to me! Side note: I think this is one of my main issues with electro/DJ music, well besides the music ;), there is no connection with the person on stage, it's too dark or there are too many lights!
Waiting on a Train...
When you order a bottle of wine they put it into a GUITAR!
The following three pictures show the sun's progression on the lawn...
Do you have any concert plans this summer?