It's the middle of October in Canada and the weather is still beautiful! It is a lovely Sunday day and Ana and I just returned from having a coffee at the Serendipity cafe on 9th Avenue, a few blocks from home. I went out earlier this morning for a round of "disc golf"; which is golf played with a frisbee-like disc (check out www.pdga.com). There is a course ten minutes from here and it is absolutely free to play so I've been honing my disc throwing skills every weekend morning.
We had a big housewarming party last weekend and lots of family and friends were over to enjoy it. Ana's folks came from Brantford for the long weekend and as well my dad and brother Curtis were here. It was quite a hectic weekend but a lot of fun and gave us our first opportunity to show off our new house (I'll post some pictures here once we get them developed). It has been so nice having our own place and waking up in our own bed every morning! I guess most people take that for granted but for us it is something special.
We are planning a trip to Saskatoon next weekend to attend Sheldon Olson's wedding so that's sure to be a blast. Besides that we (thankfully) do not have much planned up until Christmas, which should give us lots of nice quiet weekends at home - also quite a novelty for us!
Carrie is playing in Calgary tomorrow night and Tuesday and plans to stay with us here so we're looking forward to seeing her. One of the places she is playing at is the Ironwood Stage and Grill, which is a five minute walk from our house, very convenient!
What else? I've been lucky enough to reconnect with a couple of great friends from a long time ago; Ian Lavoie and Jeff Stone, neither of which I had seen since university days. In fact, we all went for a round of disc golf together yesterday that was a good time. That has been one great advantage of being in Calgary, there are loads of Saskatchewan people here; therefore some familiar faces.
Time to get back to my quiet Sunday (more coffee!!).