Patricia's birthday was on Saturday. Let me tell you about it.
We got up early Saturday morning. I gave Patricia her prezzie: Two tickets to the upcoming Neptune Theatre production of The Wizard of Oz.
Not long after that, we drove to the Annapolis Valley for the day. We spent a good hour at the Wolfville Farmer's market, held for its final Winter at the Acadia University Student Union Building. It will move to a short distance away from its current summer home, and I just hope that it ends up being as nice as it has been. We love that farmer's market.
We had lunch at a bistro in Wolfville, one we had never been to before. It was excellent.
In the afternoon, Patricia went to the Acadia craft fair; I remained in the car reading a book and listening to the radio.
Later on in the afternoon, we went to Canning, where we bought the roast beef we cooked for dinner this evening and visited my mother for an hour or so, before returning to Wolfville and a short visit to the Al Whittle Theatre. After that, we went to a housewarming party in Kentville. We returned to Halifax around 10:45 last evening.
Patricia reports that she had an excellent birthday. I'm glad she did. I hope she keeps yesterday in mind for when my birthday comes, in a few short months.
Back to the grindstone tomorrow.
Christmas ties begin next week!!