Canada's 150th came and went, and -- considering what a fan of Expo 67 I am -- it was kind of a non-event. I didn't even have anything commemorative to wear, so I hastily made a T-shirt with Sharpie markers -- which then bled horribly when I spilled maple syrup all over myself and tried to wash the shirt. But hey, that's thematically appropriate, too, eh?
What did make the day special was having all my family there, which my nephew caught on film.
We also did some sightseeing with the family -- trying to pack in summer PEI stuff, since this is such a special place and it feels like we paid for it in wintertime.
Sorry you're having to see Doug's butt there, but he moves so fast that it's difficult to capture him on film at all.
And, yes, Craig, Doug, and I completed our dog training class together. Now Doug can sit on command. Sometimes. Which is pretty much what he could do before, but it really feels like we're finding our way together. He's sweet company, often funny, and now a permanent member of our family.