Canada joined the world in instructing everyone to stay home, and maintain a ‘social separation.’ We recorded our life, and our dinner, during our stay-at-home period in Mississauga starting in mid-March of 2020. We thought it would be interesting to record our thoughts and observations as the world grappled with the COVID-19 virus in 2020. To date, we have recorded some four months of our thoughts as the COVID-19 situation has progressed locally, in Canada and around the world.
Merlin went Christmas shopping at the pet store with his Daddy to see his friends and buy cat food. He wore his Christmas coat.
Olive celebrates her 89th birthday on February 27, 2019 here in Mississauga. Several of the family are gathering to help her enjoy the day.
The first big snow storm of the season roared in riding high winds in late January. We stocked up on groceries at home, and neither of us really had to go out anywhere, so we heard the winds of an Alberta Clipper, a fast-moving west-to-east storm, carry its load of snow into Mississauga. Everybody was nice and cozy at home, especially the cats.
Aileen (Lachmansingh) Narsing passed away peacefully about mid-day on Sunday, December 23, 2018 at Trillium Hospital, Mississauga. She was 87 years old.
Easter 2018 at home meant friends and family, and some delightful recipes to try, especially hot cross buns oven-baked and fresh. They were terrific!
Bob’s Christmas message from us all Merry Christmas to all our friends, neighbours and family, and a Happy New Year! Canada’s 150th anniversary celebrations all through 2017 were lots of fun. Our yard had its best year ever. With my new immigration consulting firm, Upper Canada Immigration, I made my first overseas business trip, to a familiar destination: Guyana. It worked out well. With some targeted pre-trip marketing, and follow-up afterward, I am still reaping…
Happy (Canadian) Thanksgiving This October weekend, Bob and I have used our Facebook sites and other electronic networks to wish our personal and professional friends a very Happy Thanksgiving. In Canada, Thanksgiving is the second Monday of October, about seven weeks earlier than in the USA. This 2017 year, in Ontario, we celebrate the 150th anniversary of Canadian Confederation, in which Ontario was one of the four founding provinces. The other three are Quebec; New…