Tuesday, 28 July 2009

ciao, toronto.

flew in thursday and in accordance with the pre-set normality that are my trips to toronto, four/five days was all i was there for. the city is evolving and i'm happy to see that in 5 years there will be a train system that will run beneath eglinton avenue. nice.

the garbage strike was ending on the day i left....still, toronto stunk.

I was able to spend a few moments with Lauren, Jake my Father and Grandmother, bought some new ice hockey sticks and saw Bruno.

Not much exciting to report...except maybe the upgrades both ways on the British Airways flights. That was nice. Allowed me to get some sleep and show up relaxed and refreshed ready to go. I think this is their cunning plan to get me addicted to business class.....

Tuesday, 14 July 2009

New scan photos

Lucy wandered, like the king penguin she walks....up to the hospital for the 20 week scan. Some new photos of the genderless, nameless wonder can be found at http://bean.dolgy.com/

Thursday, 2 July 2009

2009 is a little crazy

December 22, 2008, I proposed to Lucy.

  • Celebrated New Years Eve in Las Vegas
  • Finished job in Switzerland
  • Flew to Toronto in March and suggested July 1 as wedding date
  • 48 hours later Lucy had it all booked..........................
  • Relocated to England
  • Found new job and relocated to London
  • Found out that we are expecting: the next Dolgy
  • Married July 1, 2009
2009 still promises to deliver another relocation and a baby.

Crazy and wild ride.

A bit about the wedding for those that could not travel, etc.

We were married at The Bluebird, in Chelsea, down here in London. We had 28 1/2 visitors and the abmiance was incredible. Very warm and friendly.

Lucy and I are now on a list of firsts.

We are the first couple to be married at The Bluebird.

Prior to today, all newly weds would head to The Bluebird after they have been married elsewhere, for their reception.

Following the ceremony and afternoon lunch (which was fantastic. highly recommend the food) we bundled everyone into taxis and headed down to Trafalgar Square for Canada Day in London.

Was a great way to end the evening ...

the dolgy's