Hey everybody-Lesley the honeymoon actually isn't over yet!!! How pathetic am I to come here on my honeymoom???? If I wasn't a pregnant virgin bride, I could probably think of other things to do!!
I'm not nearly as sick here as I was at home but I think much of it has to do with the fact that it's not nearly as hot here--and there is NO humidity--I have to admit though that part of me is worried by the fact that I'm not near death
The honeymoon is going well, we didn't camp but stayed in a few lovely inns. The one on wednesday night was a bit of a waste of money though, I took a room with a mountain view, etc, but by the time we got there I was sooooo tired and we ended up eating and going to bed, then we left early in the morning. They also had an amazing restaurant there, I started ordering rack of lamb for dinner but had to cancel it when the bread that tasted amazing didn't sit well--so I had soup (cream of broccoli and asparagus) and salad and then they brought me a plate of rice. But Steve loved his steak in red wine peppercorn sauce!!
We've run into alot of weird Americans--all heavy George Bush supporters--this is odd to me as Canadians really don't discuss politics especially with strangers so when the second American asked me what I think of George after only 5 minutes of conversation, I was rather taken aback. The second guy was especially a dork, he said he wanted my honest opinion as a Canadian--I told him I thought George was an inarticulate boob who needed either better speech writers or a big roll of duct tape. He started going on about Georges Harvard education and the fact that he's started 2 companies--I responded with the fact that I've started 3 companies but that didn't qualify me to run a country,and have a University of Guelph education in science and agriculture, but I can speak clearly!!! Anyway, it was kind of a bitch cause later while we were sitting at the hottub--Steve in, my legs in. These people showed up so we had to leave before we would have liked to.
Last night we came back to watch my girlfriends 4 yr old play soccer--what a blast--Kianna is the oldest but the tiniest so these kids are between 3 and 4, how cute, a bunch of times they just kept going off the field with the ball cause they had it rolling well. Great coaches, no score was kept, but lots of teaching them to work as a team. So fun.
So we are in Calgary until Sunday morning and then we head home. I have an U/S booked for Monday afternoon, so we will hope for the best.