We had our annual late season Christmas with friends Bob and Sylvia this past weekend.
It was our turn to go to their place in Edmonton and it was wonderful.
Another friend, Gwen, joined us for dinner and brought dessert, one of the best apple pies I've had the pleasure to know.
Later we played Cards Against Humanity and had a blast.
It takes a certain twisted mindset to enjoy this game and for it I am well-equipped. Play it with like minded souls.
We did a bit of food shopping and stocked up on Kalamata olives among other things. We went to a very special liquor store that will have what you want unless it is not available in Canada. We enjoyed a lovely walk on Sunday.
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It sounds like a wonderful time, indeed. I'd never heard of Cards Against Humanity but it sounds like a blast.
Pretty scene! I also have never heard of that game, but now I'm curious. :-)
Hilary, it is. You have to be able to go dark to enjoy it, but it is worth the trip.
DJan, Edmonton's ravines and river valley are very pretty.
It's always nice to celebrate a holiday on your own time schedule, when it works for you!
Aye, it's the best, Messymimi.
Sounds like the stars were aligned perfectly. Wonderful! I will have to look up that game.
That's it exactly, Tabor.
It sounds like a very good time. (Cards Against Humanity has been recommended to me by two different people who know how I think, but I haven't got anyone to try playing it with.)
Mary Anne in Kentucky
If we lived close by I would play it with you, Mary Anne.
I'm too grouchy for games generally, but even I am intrigued by that one!
Love your "the heck with the calendar" approach to holidays, sounds wonderful!
Crabby, in this game grouchy is an asset.
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