I have taken a clip of the Cogeco interview I did the other week. I posted it on my website here: Cogeco Interview for the Walk for MS. I really wish I could have posted the entire interview, which I did with Jennifer from the MS Society, but it was just too big. She did a fantastic job talking about the Walk coming up on May 3rd.
This weekend, Mike and I went hat shopping. We really had time a hard time finding what we were looking for. We’ve actually been looking for over a week. However, we found the perfect hat at the hobby shop downtown St. Catharines. Here’s how it looks:
Nice, eh? It came with a little cane and umbrella too. We need to set up a photo shoot with all the props. Stay tuned!
We walked by Beechwood donuts on the way to the hobby shop. It’s this new donut shop downtown, which is doing a killer business. They typically sell out before the end of the day. I actually went there during my lunch break last week and picked one up for Mike – chocolate peanut butter.
I’m not a big donut person, but did have some. Really good! The nice thing was when I went, there was no line. Unlike when we walked by it on Saturday:
I counted and there were about 50 people in line (including inside). Crazy.
On Sunday, we flew down to Tillsonburg for breakfast. We met up with a couple friends from my work. One is a pilot and her parents own a plane and the other is dating a pilot. So three planes flew in to meet up for great food and conversation. Heading back, we saw a pretty big brush fire in a field. Of course, I had to head over to check it out:
Great flight that day. The weather was perfect and both St. Catharines and Tillsonburg were very busy.
Here’s a good one – my kittah Pinky is a tad….errrr…..miserable looking. She just has one of those faces. Kinda ironic that she decided to sit on my Grumpy Cat pillow:
Then there’s Mya who’s now into selfies:
Yup, my cats are weird. And so are these pics Mike’s dad sent us:
Back to normalcy, we had an awesome Recreational Aircraft Association meeting last night at the St. Catharines airport. We had the Base Manager of National Helicopters give a chat about being a chopper pilot and working for National. It was a great presentation and our members had tons of questions.
I was going to ask if I could borrow his model as I think it’s a good size for Peanut. You know, when we do the photo shoot. We could get him a little headset and everything.
Today’s symptoms: Didn’t feel too bad despite the busy day yesterday with the meeting. Did go through a weird sensory issue early this afternoon, where I felt like my chair is leaning back and my hands feel huge. Like I said – weird! It’s very rare that it happens and it usually lasts only an hour or two. It’s quite distracting though and makes it hard to work.