The “to do” list when we were first moving in felt quite different than the one we have now. Then, it was huge, but there wasn’t that “have to get it done” feeling, because we knew it would take awhile; however, we really wanted to do get it done. Now, it’s just a huge long list of small stuff. Back to normal.
The Fall jobs are almost all done, except for Raking, which we will be doing daily, as long as it’s not wet or windy. Today we have to vote. In November we’re looking forward to billeting a missionary for The Met’s missions conference, and having a couple of ladies for lunch on the Sunday.
Today or tomorrow, hopefully, I’ll get some Pumpkin Pudding made.
Speaking of voting though, that’s another way that Toronto and Ottawa are opposites (besides lakes vs rivers, millions vs thousands, etc.): we actually have quite a good mayor already in place. :P
“Friends, don’t complain about each other. A far greater complaint could be lodged against you, you know. The Judge is standing just around the corner.” (James 5:9)