Saturday, April 26, 2008

Can you Believe it? We are Still Deciding!

My mom was calling me last night for an update. We are busily packing boxes, but we have yet to determine where those boxes will be unpacked. Jason told the company in San Jose no yesterday. But now we have a new prospect in Orange County, CA. So it looks like it's still between WA and CA. Hopefully we get things figured out soon!

My Grandmother is also very sick, we expect her to die any day - so I've been trying to spend lots of time with her. And we're extremely busy at the B&B this week - because of the World Hockey Championship that's being held in town. Better to have too much going on than too little, right?

Friday, April 18, 2008

Still Deciding

Jill - you can definitely call us if you'd like to chat, but it looks like it will be a few more days before we make a decision! Jason asked the company in California for a few more days to think about it and that's what we've got now.

Thursday, April 17, 2008

We're Home Again - But Not for Long!

We had a great time in Denver. The kids did so well on the flights. The wedding was beautiful, we were so glad that we could be there. Jason had two interviews, one in Washington and one in San Jose. He has offers from both companies and we are deciding by tomorrow where to go. Wish us luck!
Family picture by Aunt Rebecca
Joshua looking great - picture by Aunt Rebecca
Carla and her Hunt Family nieces

Mr. and Mrs. Green
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Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Glorious Sun!

It's actually sunny here today! This past weekend I may have been complaining to one of our guests about the fact that it was snowing yet again, and he told me about how they still have so much snow in New Brunswick that you can't see the numbers on people's houses - all you see are roof tops! He said their snow might be gone in June! So here's to not complaining! But I am definitely celebrating the sunshine today!
Delia squinting.
A haircut is on the list of things to do for Delia before Carla's wedding next week!
Joshua playing outside in short sleeves. I still found it cold, though!
Jason fixing our ghetto mini van (276,000 km and counting). In recent history Jason has replaced a windshield wiper motor - a definite necessity in Nova Scotia, the ball joints, and now a heater hose - that one was kind of scary when it went bad, smoke everywhere! The things you get to learn when you have more free time than money!

This was a science experiment that Jason and Joshua did yesterday. Jason called it a homemade lava lamp. Joshua liked it, but not as much as the baking soda volcanoes they did the day before! Here's a link that shows instructions and why it works if you want to try it at home - make your own lava lamp

And I made squash soup twice this week, the recipe was that good! Here's the link(Curried Squash Soup), I think you should make it too!

Have a lovely Spring Day!
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