The Ridler sisters, Suzie, Jamie and Shannon, discuss their creative projects, from challenges to celebrations, and support each other's creative lives.

Monday, October 6, 2014

October 6, 2014


This weekend Justin and I went to visit Dad and Julie and had a great time. We even got to go out on the big river tour! The weather was grey, rainy and windy but as we stood at the front of the boat getting windswept and trying to take pictures it was pretty exhilarating! There was also plenty of cozy time hanging out, drinking tea and chatting.


Caught up on a few movies on Netflix over the weekend, and after wanting to see it for ages I finally watched Mongolian Death Worm! And yes, it's as ridiculous as it's title, but it was quite entertaining.


It was mostly a quiet and stressful weekend. Reg went out to kung fu Saturday so I went to have some shopping fun at Value Village. We have to figure out what to do about our car since it is not financially feasible to fix it so we spent the weekend debating whether we should get another car or not.


Suzie Ridler said...

Jamie, you have come a long way with being on a boat! I am so glad you had a great time this weekend with Dad and Julie. :)

Late add from me.

Shannon said...

Sounds like a great trip and visit Jamie! Amazing that grey weather keeps coming out to play, I'm glad it didn't keep you from enjoying the boat trip!

#thriftortreat, wow, great campaign hashtag. I'm glad you got out to VV Suzie. What's up with the car? I didn't realize there was a problem. That is stressful. I hope you can find a resolution, and I hope there is stuff in the 'hood close enough to walk until that's sorted.

Another late add from me.

Jamie Ridler Studios said...

You're right, Suzie, thank you! I don't find it so bad, as long as I can see the shore. And in the thousand islands you can definitely see shore :)

I'm glad you enjoyed the movie, Shannon. The title makes me laugh.

I'm sorry to hear about the car, Suzie. That is such a big deal. I hope that you guys find a way that feels good to you. Value Village is a great way to get a break during a tough day!

Suzie Ridler said...

Shannon, you watch the most awesome movies!

Oh I mentioned the car in a comment at some point. To get the car up to BC's driving standards would cost the same as getting another car.

It's true, Value Village therapy? Nothing better!