Last night we must have been a bit bored, so our dear Bandit Boy was, once again, at our mercy ...
Then my Dear Rob is always a good sport to play along .....
After Rob had opened his gift from me, he plunked down a bag beside me. Really Rob, you had to use the same bag and wrapping I had down your gift up in? You are wayyyy to funny some days. Rob had gotten me a little Cannon Point & Shoot Camera, so I would have something to carry in my purse (more portable) with me. I checked some specs and comparisons on-line about this Camera, http://www.canon.ca/inetCA/products?m=gp&pid=24367#_020, finding that the Nikon Coolpix S9500 rated higher in the reviews. We are going to take the one he got me to see if we can change it up to the Nikon. If anyone has any input on either Point & Shoot camera, please let me know. Truly I hate making choices, and when spending money I hope to make the right one.
I broke the bread for the dressing this morning, then was getting ready for Rob and I to go up to see Mom, when Rob's phone rang. He had to go out on a call. Rob went his way, and I went mine after putting together a few Christmas baked good for Mom.
Getting off the elevator on Mom's floor, I ran into my Great Nephew Riley. He was just headed out to the car to get Grandma a card that had been left behind. Since I had my hands full he helped me down to Mom's room, after I put on a mask. My brother, Allan was with Mom when I got to her room.
Rob got home shortly after I had around the noon hour. He hasn't been called out the rest of the day, so it has been kind of nice. He did manage to go out and put the snow blower on the tractor, and I did get a load of laundry in the washer (cheap hydro day on Holidays you know).
We were planning on having an early Turkey Dinner, however it looks like we won't be eating now until around 6:00 pm. That is okay, as we really aren't following a schedule today.
We had a few phone calls today, and of course there were lots of Merry Christmas Greetings on Facebook. Paul has the boys today until tomorrow at his and Liz's house, so I was able to talk to them for a little bit today too. We will be having our Christmas Dinner with them on the 5th of January, so I will be praying until then that the weather will be good that day.
Rob & I both sincerely hope everyone had themselves a lovely Christmas, along with being totally "stuffed" with Turkey. Blessings from Our Home to Yours.
I think I best be putting the potatoes on to boil, as that Turkey is starting to smell like "done" here, "Just North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard".