Glen Grove Suites
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... for the most part, just sat back and laughed at the battle of the two I's between Haz and myself.
It was a fun project. Our actually results of it ended up being too limited and we could have used some out-of-the-box thinking. Chicka gave each of us individual feedback on our delivery of the project. And now I can't help but be aware of the 'umm' in my sentences.
The next day, we had half the day off ...
... theater where Steven took us. Dad got a look on the schedule but nothing was on so we decided that Declan and Dad would go and see Fast and Furious 7 while Mum and I would go to the Eaton Center Mall. We looked around the shops and tried on clothes until it was time to go get Dad and Declan from the movies. We got them and they said they really enjoyed the movie and that it ...
... wore mine outside. They kept my feet toasty warm but really aren't suitable for wearing in the snow. Ugg do make a pair with rubber uppers which would be good in the slush.
Even though it will be spring soon ( here they go by the equinox not by dates as we do in Australia) it has been known to snow up to and including April... so while I have my fingers crossed that it will snow again I'm sure most Canadians are thinking the opposite!
Till next time xxx
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Saturday, September 6
We headed in to Toronto on the scooter again to do some shopping and a few errands. We didn't go all the way in to the center of the city again though since there were miles of shops on the streets out in the suburbs where the campgrounds are located. It was a dry day so no problems with the ...
Suarez became the centre of attention yet again... this time for what appears to be a shoulder bite!! Known as El Tiburon in Spanish or "The Shark", he performed admirably to help Uruguay defeat a Buffon-inspired Italy 1-0. Diego Godin's header took La Celeste to the Round of 16 at the expense of Italy and England.