Graduation is one of my favourite times of the year. We get to see the gorgeous dresses, hear what everyone’s future plans are and run into people we haven’t seen in forever!
This year was the first year in a really long time that we didn’t have to run after our kids from ride to ride. It was pretty refreshing to just sit, people watch, eat some yummy food, visit people we haven’t seen in ages, and even shoot a water gun or two.
Kitty normally takes off for a few days once spring hits, so we weren’t really worried at first. Four days passed and we hadn’t seen her and then the worry started. We asked around the neighbourhood if anyone had seen her, asked them to check their outbuildings, etc. The kids and I searched the fields behind our house. We called the Estevan Humane Society; and we posted her picture on social media, all with no luck.
Churchill Park has always been one of my favorite parks in Estevan. I love that you can see into the valley, and as far as Boundary Dam Power Station, it is quite an impressive building. I really enjoy the long path that stretches across the park. Once you reach the fork the path takes you to the ball diamonds down at Cactus Park.
Explore our backyard, at the Roche Percee Rocks. A unique spot full of history and wonder. Fall is the best time to explore when the surrounding trees are in fall colour.
I was very excited last Tuesday to take my very first spin class! It’s something I have always wanted to try but never did. The classes at the University I attend usually start at 6am, and I’m not much of a morning person!
I am definitely not the guy in the picture above. I think if I played a couple times a month I could be but my husband, Curtis, thinks otherwise.
With my Personal Protective Equipment or PPE, I got in the van with the Westmoreland Coal Company tour guide and my co-worker to experience Estevan’s unique Energy Tour.
I woke up today to the sound of giggles coming through the baby monitor and wind rattling the house. Baby R woke up on the right side of the crib which was a huge relief because we had big plans. We were going to the Estevan Family Resource Centre to get out of this wind.
It’s that time of the year when the flowers are blooming, the days are getting warmer, and the parks and campgrounds are starting to open. With school being still in session it’s sometimes hard to leave the city. Why not enjoy the numerous activities happening here in Estevan!