I arrived late at around eight o clock. Pizza was on the way. Christina brought yummy pasta salad and John brought chips and Family Feud on DVD. I'm not big on playing games, but I loved playing Family Feud. Teams were divided into boys versus girls. I got very competitive. I'm not sure who won, but we played with volume and enthusiasm. Isn't that more important?
Close to the start of 2011, we turned on City TV and watched the countdown. We kissed, hooted and toasted 2011 with champagne. Good times! I took the same taxi home to Mom and Dad's house as Christina. The trip home to Oakville cost her $55!!!
On New Year's Day, I went to Bolton and celebrated at the Observer's sister-in-law's parents (Olga and Pasquale) They are a great family. The angolliti Olga made was yummy. She has a cold....Poor Olga. The Observer's brother struggled to lift me to their downstairs.....Poor Joe! I had a great time, but I think it's best to stay more local since our houses are more accessible.
I came home and had a sweet late night chat with Dad He says my maintenance of my health is his Christmas present. Knowing how much my recovery means to him makes me feel so loved. Maybe that's the whole point of getting healthy - to be able to feel love and not just hunger.