This past weekend was the Victoria Day unofficial start to the summer!
On Friday, we were blessed to be able to help our friend, Heidi, celebrate her birthday in a big way! (it's a big number, but you did not hear that from me!) The bash was held at Mrs. Mitchells between Shelburne and Alliston. The wild mushroom soup was heavenly! It was a nice evening and we got to meet new folks. Our son Alex and his girlfriend, Jess, was with us, and so was JimSatguy and his wife! (Lou and Emelda!)
|Mrs. Mitchel's Restaurant|
|Cory and the birthday girl, Heidi!|
|Alex and Jess having a laugh!|
|Ya, it was crowded...go on a weekday!|
|A happy shark!|
The place is very educational, for young and old alike! You should go.
I had an "Ah Ha!" God moment at one of the exhibits. There was a tank full of halibut and cod, you know, everyday eating type fish. The kind you would get with fish and chips. It made me thing of a scripture I had read the day before in Luke 5. Jesus paid Peter back for the use of his boat by somehow causing a HUGE catch of fish that almost broke the guys nets! It was a set up of course, because then Jesus said "Follow Me"! Peter followed Him after that! He did not have have to worry about the future of his family after seeing this miracle! God provided!
After the aquarium we made our way to Vaughn Mills where my brother Martin and his family were hanging out after a day at the SuperFan comic con in Toronto!
|Me and My Bro|
On Sunday it was off to Simcoeside Lifepoint Church in Orillia with the LIFE Street Team!
We played our LIFE 100.3 video and took a few minutes to share with the congregation!
Sunday afternoon it was off to the 400 Market with the Alex and Jess as well as the Torchias, to explore the antiques! Did not buy anything but had a sweet time looking around!
Sunday night it was over to Scott Jackson's place for a CD and video release party and BBQ for Luke Langman!
Well, you think we would slow down for holiday, Monday but...NO! I covered news for the morning and then did some drywall work for a friend! (I think I may be too busy!)
Now that I can breathe a little, I realize that it's fun to be active and get out to meet new people and have new experiences...but don't forget to rest in the middle of it!