Today was an unusual day, because I didn't have to get up and rush out first thing this morning. It was actually nice to be able to take my time and not have to be in high gear!
Because I knew I was expecting my cousin N, from Saint Colomban, Quebec (about a 45 minute drive northwest of Montreal) I hadn't planned any real estate work that needed to be done outside my home. As you know, I work mainly from home and am equipped to do any/all my work from home, other than showing property. So, this morning, I made sure to do all my in-house work, early and quickly, so I could leave myself available for when my cousin arrived.
After N arrived, he took his dog, Mika (a chocolate lab) for a walk. He had stopped several times on his lengthy drive to Windsor, for Mika's sake as well as his own, but thought he'd walk her once more, before taking her to my friend/co-worker C's home, where Mika was to stay overnight. Thank you, C and daughter J, for your kindness in temporarily adopting Mika, until N heads out tomorrow for an even longer drive to Lake Havasu City, Arizona to see his sister (my cousin!).
After depositing Mika with J, we returned home for a late lunch and enjoyed conversation throughout the afternoon and into the evening. N took a short nap and relaxed while I made us a late dinner. Actually, we just finished eating and cleaning up! I suppose this means no one will go to bed on an empty stomach! lol
Anyway, it has been wonderful having him visit. Hopefully, it won't take another 29 years before he visits, again!
Ladies, you may be interested to know that my cousin N is 69, single, available, says he's 5'9" tall, 175 lbs. and is hoping to find a companion to love and spend the rest of his life with. Although we, his family call him N, his friends usually call him D, as he uses his middle name, at home. If you're interested in finding out more about him, please let me know, by clicking on the 'comments' link, below.
Since N is very tired from driving over 950kms, I think I'll make this entry a little shorter than normal and say, TTFN (ta-ta for now)! Sleep well.
Until next time...