We spent the day preparing for tomorrow's Christmas dinner at our friends' place, Cindy and Larry. There will be about 11 of us and we're all being asked to bring something. We volunteered to make ceviche and a baked broccoli and cauliflower dish. Kevin also smoked some trout, which is always a treat. It was a pretty productive day.
We also Skyped with Kevin's mum, my mum and later with his sister.
I also read on Facebook about the nasty ice storm that hit Burlington, Ontario, where our kids live and where we used to live. Many people have lost power and are having to brave the cold weather as the temperatures are dipping in their homes. Although it doesn't feel much like Christmas here, there are advantages to living in a place where daily temperatures reach 25°C... no ice storms!
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