Sorry its been a while since I last posted but this week has been busy enough to make my head spin...literally! So to get you all up to date with us, here's a quick recap and a few pictures for your enjoyment.
Monday night I had my staff Christmas party with the crew at Chilliwack Decorating/Benjamin Moore (--and just to inform those of you that don't already know, I am officially done at Ben.Moore. I will be starting part-time at Precision Building Design Associates as of January 2/07. They are the drafting company that shares office space with us at KC Interior Design. Its going to be busy juggling the work at both design firms but I am super excited about not having to work 2 jobs at 2 different places.)
Then Tuesday night was "random picture extravaganza" night with Jen---SOOO fun! We weren't sure what to do for the evening, so we drove all over Chilliwack taking random pictures. We laughed a LOT!! (*you can also check out her blog for more funny pictures from our night on the town).
Wednesday was a really great night. We, along with the entire Esau extended family, and a few extra family and friends, headed down on a bus tour to Warm Beach, Washington for a lights show. It was IN-CREDIBLE!! Its actually a Bible camp that they transform into a "lights wonderland" in the winter season. It was very impressive and I highly recommend it to all you Lower Mainland people. It was only about a 1 1/2 hour drive and it was well worth it!
Then Thursday was my sister's birthday. We went down to Linden, Washington and had a delicious supper at "The Loft." Then carried on to Bellingham to do some shopping at Bellis Fair. Another great evening! Happy 25th Birthday Viv!!
Tonight I am having movie night with Jen and Laurie; Saturday is the Esau extended family Christmas at Grandma & Grandpa's; Sunday is Christmas with my parents; Monday is Christmas with Jon's parents; and then Boxing day we are having some friends and family over. Sheesh...i am tired just thinking about it all. But I know it is all going to be great, (and has been already) and am looking forward to having a week off work.
So, to end...Merry Christmas to EVERYONE and blessings for the New Year!