Monday, 12 November 2007
Week in Review
Sorry I haven't taken any pictures this week but my life is still moving. Thursday I watch Owen in the morning so Danalisa could go on a tour. He is such a sweet little boy! That night Kristina came over to sit with Millie while she slept so Brady and I could go out to a pub with his friends. I wish I had taken pictures! It was the cutest little place. I had to duck my head to walk in the front door and the walls were all cobble stone. It was really fun to get out. Friday I babysat a little girl named Mary, she is Millie's age and in our ward. They had a lot of fun together. That night we went on our date so Danalisa watched Millie. We went to dinner and saw a movie. I LOVE going to the movies! It may seem lame with all of the other tours and things we could be going on, but nothing is better then a crowded theater. Friday night Jodi and Tony held Game Night at their house. It was a little tricky to have Millie there so sadly we didn't stay too long, but I am always up for a good game of Catchphrase. Jodi made little ham wraps that were so good. It was just ham with cream cheese and a green onion inside. So easy and so yummy! Sunday we were late to church, Millie wasn't to thrilled to do anything she was asked to do, so we had a hard time getting out the door. Our Sacrament meeting was amazing! We had an air force pilot and his wife speak. It was so moving to hear what they had to say about war and religion. I wish I could remember word for word what was said, but the spirit was so incredibly strong. At the end of the meeting the Bishop asked for everyone who had seen war to stand. It's amazing how much respect you can have for a person you have never even met. I think the whole room was in tears. Today Connie came and we had our second knitting lesson. We learned how to rib, increase and decrease. I am attempting to follow a pattern she left for a Christmas stocking. It's just a little one for Millie, but I'm excited to see if I can figure it out. I'm suppose to switch colors and sadly we didn't have time to learn that so it was all be green. To those who knit; is it hard to switch could you explain it to me over email? Tomorrow is Tuesday and Millie's Nana will be here for the week. Millie is so excited she can hardly stand it! Every time the door opens she runs to see if it's her Nana. I can't wait for her to be here!