Sunday, September 16, 2007

Eventless weekend

mrgreen yeah, mostly an eventless weekend. I hang with a friend on Friday for dinner, went to bed really early that night. Slept in late Saturday ( 12 PM like), went shopping with TYP, to mass in the evening and today went for brunch at The Restaurant with a friend, her infant daughter and one of her son. TFB and SW will be back in town tonight, they went on a short trip.

Our usual waiter was there, this young guy (he's my age like) is a sweetheart.smile When it was time to order he said "Same thing as usual? 2 eggs, sausage, bacon, white bread?" I said "yup, you sure know me". mrgreen

Tomorrow will be a big day at The Church, we are going to have cruise ship visitors in town for the second time this year. smile The first day was awesome, I'm pretty sure tomorrow will be as good. I love the visitors, they are a breath of fresh air. My partner for these days will be there.

So that's it, I'm just going to relax for the rest of the day, watch TV, surf on the net and read. What will you be doing? How was your weekend?

2 comments:

julia said...

Having the cruise ship visitors attend your church must be really fun. We get cruise ships in Halifax, and I really enjoy seeing all the different faces and hearing all the different languages being spoken. I'm from Halifax but spent 13 years in Toronto, and one of things I love best about big cities is the vibrant mix of cultures. Halifax is still pretty small as cities go but it's feeling more and more multicultural all the time.

I spent the entire weekend getting my mom's art ready for its debut on my blog this Thursday. First we spent a day figuring out which ones to include. Today we spent the day photographing them. We had a ton of fun!

No Nonsense girl said...

Hi Julia,

You are right, having the cruise ships visitors in our church, city, region is fun. This is a new thing, second year, we are starting to build a pier so the visitors won't have to use tenders, they'll just get off directly from the cruise ship to the "bigger pier". It's a big investment for a region but worth it IMO.

I know what you mean about meeting new people with different language, culture, it is a breath of fresh air for anyone to meet people.(and I have to say, it is refreshing comparing to our parishionners) ;)

I can't wait for thursday to see your mom's art. :) This is going to be an awesome TT.

My town is not a big town, and I think having the cruise ship in town will help people to be more open-minded. (If that makes sense)

Have a great week!!! Thanks for stopping by!