Winding Down with Naomi

Hmm...what is this all about, really? It's me jotting down ideas about things that go on in my life, and some occassional pictures of things I've seen and done.

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Location: Ontario, Canada

Sunday, January 25, 2009

Happy New Year

Today I was able to eat the head off a dragon. (It was the last piece left!)

Dragon Sushi. It was a dragon made in honour of the new year- so happy new year to all who celebrate today/tomorrow!

Also- my window plants appear to be doing well.

I'm very excited to be playing a role in my sister Rebecca's upcoming wedding. Congrats Adrian and Bec! I've started plotting...all good things, mind you...but this is such fun! I am also trying to plan some of my vacation for this year- hope to be spending a week with Bec in the near future and then spend some time in Ontario in the early spring/summer.
This is a picture from last weekend when Peter, Fiona, Nika and I attempted to find some sea-fog. It was chilly out. (-23 ish) We didn't find what we were looking for, so we set out for Moncton again. (This was taken near Fundy National Park)

Not too much exciting going on here. Too bad laundry doesn't do itself!


Anonymous Aunt Nancy said...

You know, I keep wondering how I can get some elves to do my laundry.... even a few dishes every now and then might be nice. Let me know if you get that "laundry that does itself". I'd pay big bucks for that.

Nice photos. I'm glad you haven't inherited my black thumb. It also looks like you're going to be having a busy year.

Take it easy and find some time for you, too.
God bless.
Aunt Nancy

11:53 p.m., January 25, 2009  
Anonymous 3cK said...

Sounds like you're busy as usual. Your window garden looks pretty. (Hmm, that reminds me, I haven't watered the plants in a bit.) Looks like you've got great countryside to tour.

Hope you're keeping warm.

5:08 p.m., January 28, 2009  
Blogger Effie said...

mmmm, sushi! Any edamame to go with it? I could really go for a nice sushi buffet...I don't think miss K would like it that much but you never know--there's rice...

8:34 a.m., January 29, 2009  

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