Monday, October 30, 2006

What's happening with the Grahams???

After looking through my friends' blogs and inwardly complaining that I wish they posted more...then realized what a double standard I was setting b/c the last time I posted was 3 weeks ago.

So let me break it down for you...

I went to a wicked awesome basketball game at TWU on Friday night. There was a marching band. There was a dance team. There were 3 overtimes (maybe 4???). They lost by 2 points. You could cut the game tension with a knife.

By the way, the housing market SUCKS right now. This house we looked at in Abbotsford was delapetated/moldy/needed to be torn down and rebuilt and it was OVER our budget.

I love fall.

This past weekend was a busy one. We had around 12 people over at our new place, all at different times throughout the weekend. It was swell seeing lot's of family.

I'm back at the elementary school, student teaching. This is the highlight of my decimals unit: the Guiness Book of World Records board. I asked each of my students to find random decimal facts by looking at the book or by using the internet. One girl was confused when she found internet information about beer instead of Guiness World Record facts....hmmmmmmm.

Jamie's parents' hometown of Burns Lake has been on the news a lot lately because they have 3.5 feet of snow and the power has been out for the past 3 days.



Monday, October 09, 2006


2 years ago......

You asked me to be your wife.

Sunday, October 01, 2006

A little bit of everything

Sorry folks, we've been a little too busy to post and now we have a plethora of pictures. So I've decided to do a bit of a smorgasboard of pictures.

This is Hatzec Lake in Mission, BC. My fellow PYP classmates and I went on a retreat at the beginning of this month and we had a blast (not to mention the beautiful scenery)

Then, my cousin, Callie, got married. It was a beautiful, fall-themed wedding and we got to see our cousin's baby for the first time and we got to play catch up with a lot of relatives.

Next, we went to the island to visit my sister and brother in law and their baby (our niece), Zoe.

Lastly, Sarah and Zoe had a little visit with us this past weekend, and they stayed with us. This is a picture of our little niece (Zoe) and a picture of Zoe and her mom.

PS-could someone tell me how you work that feature that allows you to have a whole bunch of tiny pictures into one big picture???