This last week of November has been a busy one.
Last Friday we went to lunch with my friend, Marisol.
And then to see Shadowland at the ice skating rink.
Photos were not allowed during the performance. It wasn't quite what I expected.
The dancing was fantastic, but we all thought the story line was a little unusual.
On Saturday I had a lovely breakfast with friends.
Monday night my boss had a Thanksgiving dinner for all the new teachers at school, so my husband and son were able to get their turkey fix.
On Tuesday there was an air show as we made our way home from school.
And that night I went to a Kuwait Textiles Art Association meeting where Bader Al Mansour talked about art and his exhibition.
His work deserves a whole post of its own.
Wednesday night was Zack's first band concert of the year.
Yesterday the British Ladies Society had their annual Winter Bazaar. I bought many things, but these below were my favorite purchases. They were made by the ladies in shelter at Booth House. The same group I visited last year and taught to crochet, albeit different ladies as they are coming and going every 40 days or so.
Afterwards we had lunch with friends at Al Muhallab, our favorite seafood restaurant.
There has been walking as time permits.
An hour yesterday morning and an hour and a half today.
There's been cleaning but I try not to think about that too much.
I will say that it's quite difficult to put fresh sheets on the bed when this one is around.
And there's been lots of sky watching.
Who needs a tv when you have this to view every day?
We actually cancelled our satellite subscription some time ago as we hadn't turned the tv on since March.
For those who celebrated Thanksgiving on Thursday, I hope you had a wonderful day surrounded by family and friends. I honestly cannot believe that tomorrow begins the last month of 2013.
Best wishes and blessings,