All in all she was pleased and we had a nice time.
Felicia is still enjoying French Immersion School. She’s excelling in track – won a couple of red ribbons this past week. Stands to reason, as all of a sudden she’s shot up and is getting to be all legs, like her sister and father. The soccer games have been helping to keep her legs strong. She beams from ear to ear when she tells us what’s she been up to. Papa Nat and I couldn’t be prouder.
The usual Sunday morning chores – laundry, wash van, mow lawn, do a little dusting, and so on. It’s funny now that whenever we do something major, we’re thinking it will or may be for the last time in this place. Planning to have the kids over for Thanksgiving – and sure enough it will be the last one held in this old house. Sorry, we didn’t know that Christmas past (2006) would have been our last one, too.
With the house inspection on Tuesday, Nat is wondering whether to play golf or not. Might as well, as not much he can do here. But knowing Nat, he’s dying to know what this guy is going to report on. I’d be curious too. We’ll find out soon enough, I’m sure. Sometimes, however, ignorance is bliss.