Tuesday, November 25

I have completely neglected November.

Sorry, November.

But you have to admit, you have kept me pretty busy.

To placate you for now, here's a few pictures I've taken this week.

Brady is a winter puppy. She loves the snow! She was so excited the first morning after the big snowfall.

Weren't ya, babes.

This is the sunrise that woke me up Sunday morning. It was annoying when I was wrapped up in my blankets in bed, poking me in the eyes and all, but when I groggily came downstairs and released the hounds, I was grudgingly forced to admit that it was beautiful. I'm glad I got a picture.

In conclusion, I know I'm a lousy blogger lately, but I'm still better than Linda. Ha!

Tuesday, November 11

Happy Birthday Jeffie!

It's Jeffery-effery-effery's birthday today!

Happy Birthday to you,
Happy Birthday to you,
Happy Birthday to you!

Love, Sarah & Tyler


I was looking forward to my pizza date tonight.

Tyler and I went to the big city of Stratford this afternoon, because he wanted to get a few things that were on sale at Canadian Tire. I only went because he promised me pizza from Pizza Pizza.

Our dogs came with us, because they've been alone a lot lately (DANG November has been busy! And yes I said dang!) and they were pretty good, laying down in the back of the truck. When we went into the store Lucy was very naughty and jumped into the front seat... Brady was good and stayed in the back. Of course I gloated; my dog was an angel, his dog was a little bit devilish..

We were done shopping, and so we went to go to Pizza Pizza. If you don't know Stratford, and if you don't know where the Pizza Pizza is in Stratford, then you don't know what a pain in the bum it is to find a parking spot there. It is difficult. But there were a zillion spaces free, and we got one only twenty feet away from the restaurant.

We walked in, and I went up to the counter to speak to the friendly Indian man. I gave him a brilliant smile (like I always do), and ordered two gluten-free pizzas.

"So sorry, we are out of the gluten free." He said to me, unaware of how his words were to my heart like a huge chubby hippo slowly laying down upon my paralyzed body, ignoring my wretched cries.


Not really.... I smiled again, said something like "Oh, it's popular?" watching him smile and nod his head.

"Yes, very poopilar, I am out of the gluten-free, I will have more tomorrow morning."
Yeah well, I won't be IN Stratford tomorrow morning! Don't you know that, friendly Indian guy??

I said "Thanks anyways!" and walked out, though what I really wanted to do was throw a temper tantrum right then and there. I'm pretty good at those, but I do have a little bit of self-restraint in public places.

Tyler and I were both extremely disappointed. We were very hungry, and we had no supper prepared waiting for us at home.

So we went to McDonalds.

That place sucks. I hate it. Especially since I was looking forward to having Pizza Pizza pizza.

Oh well.

I'm going to go hold my stomach and try to digest some of the cardboard - I mean, food that I was forced to consume tonight. I swear, I'll never eat at Mickey D's again.

That's what I always say, though......

Tuesday, November 4


It's November!!

I'm sorry, November! I have so much to say to you, I just haven't had much time lately.... in fact, I'm supposed to be in bed right now, sleeping, but I'm taking a minute to write this to you.

You have been great so far.. so sunny and warm. You can stay that way, I don't mind. Don't listen to all those weirdos who want you to snow. Tell them to go to the Arctic if they like the cold.

Don't go by too fast, like that speedy October. The month police should give him a ticket for recklessness.

I'll talk to you again soon, I promise. (I have some stories about October that I have to share with you! No, it's not gossip! They're good stories.)