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Wednesday, November 10, 2010
The first weekend of may is the best ever and I will always look forward to it because it's girls weekend! Before we left San Franciscoafter graduation, all of us wives arranged to do a weekend get away the 1st weekend in May. This year we had it in Utah at Mindi's parents house. We ate lots of great food, slept a little, crafted, shopped, chatted and chatted and held babies that we got to meet for the first time. It was a nice relaxing weekend with the girls and I loved every minute of it.
My parents flew down to Arizona for Easter so all the Woolf siblings got together at my house and had a Easter feast and an Easter egg hunt for the kids. It was lots of work but so much fun to be with family.
Monday, November 8, 2010
We were so pumped to have the Olympics in Canada this year. We really wanted to go but it just wasn't feasible for us at that time. We made an Olympic rings count down and made sure we had our Canadian Flags out to cheer on our Canadian athletes. We also went and hung out with family and made a big cookie with the Olympic rings on it. It's a tradition in the Woolf family to do that for each Olympics. There was a lot of patriotic spirit in our home and you could even feel it everywhere you went. We are proud to be Canadians.
After the Olympics I was able to find cheap tickets to go to Vancouver to visit our friends the Steed's . I kept telling them that I would come out and visit and that time worked out to be the best for us. I didn't know at the time when I booked my flights that I was going to Vancouver during the Paralympics so when I arrived Sharlee surprised me with tickets to a Sledge Hockey game while I was there. Vancouver is an amazing place to visit. It reminded me of San Francisco except with Canadian style and lots of tress and mountains. I had so much fun visiting and hanging out with them and the kids. I got a tour of UBC dental school that Brett is going to, we went to the beach and a few parks, and ate some really yummy food. It was so fun and really relaxing.
I couldn't believe how many Canadian Flags I saw all over the city. You could still feel the strong pride from the Canadian people even after the Olympics.
Friday, November 5, 2010
Ki did a winter/spring gymnastics class and loved every minute of it. He was so good at listening to his teacher and following the rules. Nate and I enjoyed watching Ki every week get better and stronger. For the last class I made him a gold medal for his big achievement. Way to go Ki, You did it!!