November was mostly in Meadow Lake except for a quick trip at the end to welcome Amadea Petra Srochenski to the world.
And we are back in Meadow Lake for December with plans to head to Nicaragua for a month or two in the New Year.
Back at home after the natal trip we mostly relaxed except for Juanita bringing in wood for the wood stove while I read and ventured out a bit to fly and crash the $100 drone I bought at a Best Buy Black Friday sale while in Edmonton. We attended a high school play where Sacha had a role as a purveyor of mood altering liquids and a band concert where Sasha played saxophone.
The Northwest Community Church had a Christmas banquet. We enjoyed a fine meal and former Pastor Bob’s monolog as Joseph and the stresses of being confronted with a suddenly pregnant fiancé and the intimidating circumstances of being responsible to raise God’s son.
Debbie and Ernie held a come and go Christmas partyt.
Weldon Gray of Greylore Lutes sent us a picture of his latest creation, a replica of a 12th century harp from Trinity College in Dublin.
The Srocenski clan have travelled to Meadow Lake to spend the Christmas week with the Johnston clan. I’ll post a few more pictures as they happen.