It’s Friday Five time again over at Revgals! This time it’s about celebrations!
Five things I am celebrating right now:
- Our fourth wedding anniversary was yesterday, we celebrated with family and friends around a bonfire. It was a perfect evening, the fire ban in our part of Nova Scotia had just been lifted the day before, a little bit of breeze to keep the bugs down, lots of stats in the night sky and good conversation and lots of laughs.
- Canada Day! No other country I would rather live in. We are going to see the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo this afternoon. Pipes, drums, marching bands, men in skirts, what could be better?
- Delving into the work of Brené Brown with some trusted colleagues; it’s intense, has raised some old issues that I thought I had dealt with, but it is having an impact on my life and ministry.
- Watching my youngest grandchild grow up and being close enough to have her for sleepovers, which we have been doing since she was a baby. She just finished grade 2 and it is fascinating to watch her become her own person.
- The church picnic held at a parishioners home last week and slower pace of summer ministry and my upcoming vacation!
What are you celebrating?
4 thoughts on “Friday Five – Celebrations!”
Love your celebrations! And Happy Anniversary to you and your sweetie. Glad the evening was just what it needed to be (bonfire, no bugs, stars…). Enjoy the tattoo!
Looks like you have a busy day planned Enjoy every minute of it.
Quiet day here, just the two of us and our dog babies.
Thanks for a window into your world and Happy Anniversary. Have you always lived in Canada? I’ve only been to Toronto (for an APCE conference) and spent a couple of days in Manitoba before flying up to Churchill for polar bear watching for my 40th birthday.
Yes, always lived in Canada, in a variety of places as my Dad was in the Air Force. Would you believe I was born in Churchill!