Friday, June 25, 2010

Garden, 2010 version



My garden has been very busy growing these days. These are some photos that I took a few days ago, and already they're out of date! This year, instead of Scarlett Runner beans, I'm growing bush beans, and instead of eggplant, Okra. I'm also growing butternut squash, which, together with the zucchini, is quickly taking over half of the garden! I love coming home after work every day and walking through the garden to see what has changed.

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Victoria Day at Webster's Falls


Brian wasn't feeling too well on the long weekend, so when we got to the park he had a bite to eat and then spent the rest of the afternoon passed out on a blanket.


Mark and Amanda brought their dags along. The excitement and crowds were almost too much for Jazzy. Hazel, on the otherhand, followed Brian's cue and spent most of the time napping in the shade.


Others in attendance included the Postmas, the Harsevoorts, the Joustra, the Hayman, the Kuiper, the Glasbergens and the VanDoorens.


This devilishly handsome boy is Caleb, son of Kenny and Bun. Love that tooth!


And, of course, Katelyn (Glasbergen) the Beauty. What a smile!

Today, my supervisor is not at work, meaning that I will be spending my "lunch break" in the store behind the counter. So, I brought along my camera and camera cord so that I could do a few "non-work" things today, too., to break up the day a little bit.

Monday, June 21, 2010

I'm still alive and kicking, but I am currently without my own computer - it is living with my sister as she spends a lot of time at the hospital with her youngest. And I can't really lunch in my office at work anymore, since I don't have a door that closes. So, if you'd like to see photos of what's going on right now, etc., you'd best be patient. Thanks! :)

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

If You Happen to be in St John's Tonight...

Why not head out to the Launch party of Samuel T. Martin's first novel? I can't think of anywhere else I'd rather be - unfortunately, no one gave me a free plane ticket to get out there, so it's a little out of the question for the moment.

We at the Redeemer Campus Bookstore are eagerly awaiting the shipment of This Ramshackle Tabernacle - it should be arriving sometime this week - hopefully in the next few days! If you'd like to purchase a copy, let me know, and I'll set one aside for you when they come in.