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Time for another update!
The day after the last post, Ross flew into Calgary and met Karen there to attend a first ever Adrian Cousin’s Reunion where 16 of the 26 cousins met for the first time (more on that in my next post). And then we went on to meet our sweet grand baby, Roman and to visit with Michael and Courtney in Saskatoon. This started Ross’ 3 weeks of vacation which got increased to 5 weeks off. Needless to say we got a lot done and had some wonderful down time with 5 weeks off! Continue reading
Karen’s Musings – From Strangers to Family
As I look back on this past year and half, I’m overwhelmed at how grateful that I am for the blessings poured out. Continue reading
Since the last post, we have been watching our sweet grandson grow through photos. Continue reading
2 big announcements!
1. We are grandparents! And couldn’t be more thrilled and proud! Continue reading
I can’t believe that it’s been 3 months already since my last post. It’s been busy!
Maybe point form would be most expedient…
Ross has been home for 36 days altogether (in 6 day increments) since the last post and we have accomplished a lot!
The septic is in and our yard is a big muddy mess! But the septic is in… Continue reading
It seems like winter just never ends this year…and yes, I know that in other parts of Canada it’s not reasonable to expect it so soon, but here on the Island, we don’t get snow like this. From a fall of huge winds and rains that just kept coming right into HUGE (for us) snows that just seem to keep coming, it seems like winter will never end. Continue reading
This has been a winter unlike anything I have ever experienced. Wind storm after wind storm (many in excess of 50km) bringing many inches of rains… and then the snow. The “lots of it and not going away soon” type. We got almost 2 feet on the property and it stayed for over 8 weeks! Even the local people say that this isn’t normal for the Comox Valley. Had we been in the RV for the winter, this would have been a real adventure. (Feb.4th) And as we finally see green land, we get another foot of snow in the last 24 hours…deep sigh… Continue reading