PUT ON A HAPPY FACE

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laylow1 PUT ON A HAPPY FACE laylow2 PUT ON A HAPPY FACE laylow3 PUT ON A HAPPY FACE laylow6 PUT ON A HAPPY FACE laylow8 PUT ON A HAPPY FACE laylow5 PUT ON A HAPPY FACE We are on day 5 of grey skies and rainy weather, starting to feel a bit like we live in Vancouver or the PNW. This weekend was a lazy one, we didn’t do much at all and really didn’t go anywhere – which for us is strange, but also very welcome. Sunday we tried our best to put on some happy faces and get out even though the grey skies were not clearing up. Our plan half worked, we went for a walk and had some lunch. Chris tested to see how much the kids really wanted a cookie, it really never gets old seeing those “NOOOO DAD!!” faces.

I’m excited for a new week, I feel like I’m starting to make progress on projects and ideas that have been bogging my brain for months – sometimes it takes a while to put the puzzle pieces together, which is sorta a fun part of the whole process (every single time). Canadian Thanksgiving is this weekend and since we don’t have much family around (sad face, goes without saying) we are teaming up with good friends who are in the same “no family” boat to give thanks and stuff our faces. So here’s to a great week (and hopefully a not very grey one) and a great Monday.

*Harlow is obsessed with her little messenger bag from Cauliflower Kids, it’s bigger then her little purses and just the right size for her to carry her own snacks, drink and a toy – I actually wasn’t allowed to carry any of her things. 🙂

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· October 7, 2013 · in Daily,Real Life



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kukolina October 8, 2013 at 5:18 am

This is my first time to see Chris’s face. He is handsome! Congratulations!

What is a "Canadian Thanksgiving"? How is it different from the one in the States? May I ask how often the kids see their grandparents?

Our son Zoárd only saw his grandma living in Michigan once, and his grandmother living in Budapest twice. And he has not seen my sister yet who is in Florida. I accept that this is how we live and having an exciting adventure living in a five star hotel in Thailand is not all that bad… But sometimes I wonder…

We will watch a movie that might be your taste. I will let you know how it is. Oh I am talking about the movie called The Internship. It is not a documentary film but for that category I think you should watch Project Nim.

Bye for now, Eszter http://kukolina.wordpress.com/2013/10/07/we-left-

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Heart and Habit October 8, 2013 at 1:50 pm

Canadian’s celebrate Thanksgiving on the second Monday of October, and Americans celebrate on the fourth Thursday in November. 🙂

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DeBalino October 8, 2013 at 9:22 am

Love lazy, rainy weekends! Your Sunday looked divine 🙂

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Mónica October 8, 2013 at 11:00 am

See your smile Getcha is the best right? bag your daughter can not be prettier. Kisses and happy Tuesday.

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