Today, my family and I ticked one off our bucket list, that is to see a Cirque Du Soleil show. When tickets went on sale last January and the cash gift my boys received from my younger brother arrived in my bank account, I immediately reserved four seats for us and then after just a few minutes, paid for it. After seven months of waiting, for the first time, we have witnessed a very unique, amazing, thrilling, jaw-dropping and super exciting show.
Having moved just a month ago to a bigger space in the same apartment building, hubby and I are thinking of just keeping the bulk furniture in the same number, that means we won’t be buying any more big furniture pieces until our current ones are really showing wear and tear. Since we have a dining area now, the small dining table we bought two years ago is now functioning as it should be unlike before, only half of the dining table was used as I placed the bread toaster, jams, peanut butter, condiments and other stuff on it while being tucked into the kitchen wall due to very small space. So now, I have place mats on it and I plan to buy a burlap lace table runner to add life to our boring dining table.
Our weekend family camping went very well and the boys had so much fun especially my eldest as he spent the whole day of Saturday out with new-found friends/relatives at the Fallsview Indoor Waterpark and had a sumptuous lunch and snacks courtesy of his aunt. The weekend weather was also very fine, though it was chilly in the mornings but the afternoons were just so beautiful.
Or perhaps it is just me who is busy. I am packing here and there for our camping this weekend, I am making calls, I am doing the chores, I am making sure the boys are not fighting, I go to work at night, I am (I think) all over the place. I know it is a bit too late to pack for our camping but I have been so preoccupied with a lot of unpacking (from our move) and reorganizing stuff. It’s been almost three weeks and yet, there are still a few stuff to be organized. The apartment is still topsy turvy but at least we have assembled every thing that we have disassembled, that’s for sure. The boys are also busy making origami to while away their time, hubby is always out for errands and when he’s around, we take turns in watching over the mess of the boys, lol! We have adjusted fairly well to the new apartment, the little one though still goes to the other side of the building every time we go out of the elevator. He always says “new home” though and knows his way around it.