Last year, we celebrated Canada Day by driving down to Steveston Village for the annual Salmon Festival. This year, we did something a little different, choosing to avoid the big crowds and traffic in favor of an actual “holiday” at home in which we did absolutely nothing and a whole bunch of everything including (but not limited to): reading, watching, eating, and hanging with the dogs.
Speaking of whom – the temperature has been downright tropical of late, and no one has enjoyed it more than these guys. Look at them, all smiles:
Lulu, meanwhile, just likes lay out on the porch and take the sun. But not before getting comfortable –
Four more days until we’re L.A.-bound for Golden Boy Marty G.’s birthday bash. What does he have planned for the festivities. Can’t say for certain but rumors abound. Three words: “lobster” “food” “truck”! I’ve also decided on a birthday gift. For the most part. A big gift now and maybe something smaller that catches my eye while shopping on Rodeo Drive. A pair of jade fire screens? A saffron hat? An antique monocle worn by General Erich Ludendorff? In the unlikely event he actually reads this blog, I’ll have to keep it on the down low, but I’ll let you all know before I leave. In the end, after much consideration, I decided I’d get him something I’D want to receive. Perfect!
Finally, wrapping up our discussion on this week’s Supermovie of the Week Club feature, The Amazing Spiderman, here’s a little something from blog regular HBMC: How The Amazing Spiderman Should Have Ended…
P.S. I suffered a workout injury this morning. I suspect I may have pulled my right lung.