We received this invitation at home. I can tell they DO know the correct grammatical placement of the apostrophe, however, someone didn't proof the printing.
I have blanked out the company name out of respect for the organization.
EMPLOYEE'S VS EMPLOYEES'
Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Monday, August 29, 2011
I haven't posted since the end of July but that doesn't mean I haven't continued decluttering.
Carpets from the porch plus the one from the TV room went into the garbage.
More papers organized
Basket was replaced with a larger new one. Old forms.
Manuals are sorted and filed
Bookcase cleaned out and tidied
Bracelet that was too big for me
Quilt from guest bedroom
There were some other things that I can't remember!
Sunday, August 28, 2011
Saturday, August 27, 2011
Friday, August 26, 2011
Ex-Montrealers are always on the lookout for steamies in Toronto. These can be found everywhere in Quebec and border towns in Ontario for about $1. The term comes from steaming the hot dog - steaming a dog locks in the moisture rather than grilling which would blister the casing, thus leaking the flavour. Grilling is the norm in Toronto.
The Little Dog offer four types: Montreal's Lester's ($1.99), NYC's Nathan's Famous ($3.49), Chicago's 58's ($3.49), and a Veggie option ($3.49).
I opted for one Montreal and one Nathan's (having missed out on one in NYC a couple of weeks ago). I enjoyed the Montreal steamie the best even though the slaw was not the way you would get it served in Montreal.
Thursday, August 25, 2011
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Sunday, August 21, 2011
Strawberry cream cheese croissants I would probably substitute another berry as I am not overly fond of strawberries cooked in anything.
Cinnamon roll cake is from the same blogger as above.
Zucchini and spinach gratin will be a great way to use up an over abundance of summer vegetables.
Homemade sweet sour sauce finally an alternative to store bought and much healthier also.
Blueberry french toast souffle from Grumpy's Honey bunch looks delicious.
Lemon pound cake with blueberry sauce yum two of my favourite flavours!!
Garlic breadsticks two-ways
A very interesting salad Wedge Salad w/ Buttermilk-Lemon Zest Dressing
Homemade hot buttery lobster roll on toasted hot dog buns, we bought hot dog buns at St. Lawrence Market so this would be good to do with them (I froze them when we got home).
Perhaps for the fall Rogan josh with either lamb or beef and naan bread.
Broccoli bites Stacey included "for kids" in her title but I know I would love these.
Brooklyn Limestone is a wonderful photographer who shares many tips.
Melynda rockin the crazy is a wonderful, wacky writer.
BrokeTO writes about saving money while living in Toronto.
A1000 Pennies is another interesting personal finance blog, also Canadian.
Modern Wivelyhood love the title!
Beautiful ideas is from Newfoundland.
Stacey Snacks Online has great fun snacks.
The Japanese Redneck how could you not check out a blog with this title?
Chicken noodle gravy
Another Canadian blogger Hot Polka Dot
Some book blogs:
Coffee and Cliffhangers
Reading Through Life a Toronto teacher.
Now why didn't I think of this as a blog topic? Awful Library Books