As a recent visitor to the site pointed out, this hasn’t been updated in a long time. I blame Facebook, for being more accessible, and the Republicans, for no particular reason.
Anyway, I’ll try to make a bit of an effort to update this at least once a month! I’d write more now but the girls are fighting over who has more of the sink while they brush their teeth. Stay tuned for more riveting stories like that one!!
The Serroul clan is back in their beds after a wonderful Christmas in Cape Breton. We’ve unpacked and undecorated and are starting 2011 off right with early bedtimes for everyone (the dog has basically been asleep since we got home!)
Let’s see what the new year brings!
So I was trying to figure out what to write about and I came up with nothing. Things are rolling along here. The girls are getting pretty excited about Halloween. They have 6 parties between them so they ought to be pretty hopped on sugar by Sunday night. We will be sure to post a few pics of them in their ghouly finest. Rilla’s birthday is coming up pretty quickly. We think we have her convinced to go to Crystal palace instead of having a party. That should be fun!
Far too filled with turkey to blog…Â Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!
So for the first time in a long time, we’re spending thanksgiving in Cape Breton.Â I’m actually writing this post as we tackle the Truro-New Glasgow portion of the Trans Canada.Â Since it is the thing to do this time of year, I thought I’d share what we Serrouls are thankful for.Â Bronwyn says she’s thankful for her parents so we can’t be doing that bad a job.Â Rilla says she’s thankful for her toys and her family and her friends.Â It’s good to know where we rank with her.Â John says he’s thankful for home.Â When prompted for clarity, he said he’s thankful for everything that entails.Â I can understand that.Â As for me, I’m thankful for the Conservative Party of Canada.Â Without their ridiculous cost cutting policies, this wonderful family occasion just wouldn’t be possible.