So …. Did all my fellow Canadians have a great Thanks Giving?
We mostly did things around home this weekend.
On Saturday I ended up going out on yet another shopping spree! Our printer hasn’t worked for ages and each week it seems I’ve been getting someone asking me to sign and fax something back to them or when we purchase something like tickets to a concert the tickets are electronic and must be printed out. So we needed a printer.
I got an HP all in one printer. The all in one includes a fax, scanner and printing capabilities.
We actually had to use it as soon as we finally got it set up on Saturday because Chris bought tickets to see Saga play in a Toronto bar and of course the tickets were electronic and the only way he’d be able to get his tickets was to print them out. I was also able to print and sign our confirmation for our airline tickets for our Las Vegas trip and then fax it back to the company from which we’d purchased our travel package.
Sunday was just a lazy day. I wasn’t feeling well at all so I spent way too much time lying on the couch. Thank you Crohns. I did however pick out some new themes for a few of our sites and I will be updating this site and a few others sometime this week. Especially now that I really know how well widgets work. Perhaps I’ll finally get this site to load quicker! Yeahhhh! Oh yeah, the new theme will load the content first – not the sidebars first like this theme does. I hate that. I’m sure you do too.
Earlier today we went to my husbands home town and had Thanks Giving dinner with Chris’ family. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, my mother in law cannot cook. She bought preformed chicken breasts – you know those pressed boneless ones? Yuck. There was also sausages, milkless mashed potatoes, squished turnip and stuffing. Needless to say the only thing that I found decent was the stuffing.
I guess I’ll be cooking Chris and I a small turkey dinner sometime this week as I was really looking forward to turkey and what we did end up eating was really disappointing.
How was your Thanks Giving?