Saturday, April 20, 2013

Around Here We Eat Caviar with a Spoon

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Another week has come and gone.Speaking of which, who ever decided that Sunday was the first day of the week?

I don’t know about you but it really messes things up for me. Monday should be the first day of the week. Just saying.

Here’s The Zoo’s Weekly Drivel for April 8…

SUNDAY: Visit to a Maple Sugar Shack in Quebec. Post coming this week.

MONDAY: Issued our first Weekly “Sunday Night at the Movies”. Hoping that you’ll link up your movie this Monday.

Artemis eating caviar with a spoon
After four months of going without, Ed came home with my #1 favourite food of all time (followed closely by sushi and rack of lamb)…

Caviar.

Yes, around here we eat caviar with a spoon.

 

TUESDAY: Nanna arrived for a five-sleep tour, I posted a Mother’s Day Giveaway and compiled a large list of giveaways open to Canadians.

WEDNESDAY: Invest Ottawa offered a course on Internet Marketing so Ed signed me up for it. I learned that I have a lot to learn and I met an author who is almost ready to self-publish her first novel.

Our Ottawa Weekly Newsletter was published featuring; Ottawa Mommy Club, Canadian Dad and Ottawa Valley Moms.

Birthday card and cookies from Eric THURSDAY: Today was my 41st birthday.

As usual, Uncle Eric brought me 18 homemade peanut butter cookies.

For the first time, I wrote a Letter to My Biological Mother.

FRIDAY: The two giveaway winners of Little Ray’s Reptile Zoo Family Passes were posted. Did you win?

The two winners of the $100 Biovea Pet Products Giveaway were published.

SATURDAY: A new friend, Sarah that blogs over at Whimsical Mumblings is hosting a Secret Santa of sorts. Check out her Give a Little Love Project for details and to sign up.

What’s Your Weekly Drivel?

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8 thoughts on “Around Here We Eat Caviar with a Spoon

  1. Elizabeth Matthiesen

    I agree entirely with you that Monday should be the first day of the week – it really messes me up in my calendar for appointments & I often have to check back which day it really was on. Why split up the weekend those 2 days belong together like peas in a pod. I too am surprised that your children like caviar, I don’t like the taste at all.

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