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Saturday, December 13, 2008

I know it is cold when tacoboy is asking me to put an extra blanket on the bed. Usually when I am cold he is just right and when I feel just right he is hot.

Last night we stacked our bed with a sheet 2 empty duvet covers and 2 airline blankets - we probably could have used our comforter or thicker blanket even. Not to rub it in for those of you doing winter but once again I feel so lucky to have left snow and cold behind.

Just got back from a walk to town with Paul. On the way we found a wandering Lisbon and waited while Sharon came to the rescue and gave us a ride into town. At Perk we ran into Francis and Vernon and she mentioned the hats that Dicks Oma (grandma) knitted were a big hit with the kids during this last cold spell.

On the way home we caught the new escalator being moved in at Wings - a bit of a strange sight. I can just imagine when the kids see it in action. It also looks like a new building going up south of town is going to have an elevator in it - Paul thought that because of the way they made the hole in the ground. will have to wait and see on that one.

Rubyd and Nicole's double header birthday party at Canucks was a fun time. We enjoyed some delicious food - friends - celebrated the girls and home by 8:30 to watch the new James Bond - if I can stay awake that long ha ha.


Anonymous said...

Thanks for the info on the escalator. For the life of me I could not figure it out, especially on San Pedro. Which building down south looks to be getting one as well? Many thanks for your excellent blog.

tacogirl said...

Yes was a bit of a surprise to see that. As to the one down south that we are speculating may have an elevator it is the lot south of Road Kill and Barefoot Iguana.

Anonymous said...

My goodness, escalators, 18-wheelers, 2-story airline waiting areas! What will be next? Olympical pools, Wendy's and Old Navy??


Bob said...

Cold!? I'll give you cold!? I know you apologized to those of us doing winter....I'm in New Hampshire and just survived 41 hours of no power, no heat and sweating out whether or not my pipes would freeze as a result of an awful ice storm!

"Lord I'm southbound!" -The Allman brothers

tacogirl said...

Mysteryboy - too funny Olimpical pools.

Bob - wishing you warm - that must have been crazy 41h no power.