It took me longer than I expected to recover from the jet lag and then I needed to prep for the Fergus Guild workshop as well as a round of appointments and other commitments.
I had to squeeze in a little garden time too.
But I just returned from Windsor where I joined my sister and sister in law to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the construction of our high school. Walkerville Collegiate Institute.
( I had no idea my baby sister could still party so hard.)
But we had a great time and wandered through the old neighbourhood marvelling how the houses had shrunk and the streets were shorter than we remembered.
Our parents are long gone but we took a few photos of our childhood home.
The landscaping is different and it looks so small.
My bedroom was at the back behind the chimney breast. On rainy nights I would open the two little windows under the eves and listen to sounds of nature. Good memories.