I came across this pithy post on social media.
It's officially 'keep your winter boots at the door near your sandals' season in Canada.
It's true too. The temperature plummeted to just below freezing overnight. When I first awoke before 5, I grabbed my phone and turned the furnace on. It won't have to stay on, but it was a little warmer when I got up a half hour later.
But yesterday was our 54th anniversary, so we made the most of it, despite to cold — modestly speaking of course. I mean to say, while we didn't charter a plane to Paris, we did drive into Ottawa and have lunch out.
We always get a pizza on our anniversary because that's what we did on our wedding night. Doesn't everybody?
This time, and I think for the first time, we went out to Boston Pizza rather than having it at home We ordered their version of Hawaiian, which was not like any other Hawaiian that we have had. It was yummy: a little too spicy but very tasty.
A picture of Sue while we waited.
I experimented with a selfie, but it didn't come out well against the backlight. So Sue gave me her phone to hold pointing away from the window light. She triggered it from her watch once I was set up. That was the moment that the waitress appeared with our salad. So that was fun,
We have another tradition — fudge. We obtained that on the way home. Alas, no photo.
Until next year . . .