Archive for August, 2008

Mommy’s gone away for the night!

This evening Nicholas and I had our Supper, a nice Prime Rib steak with some corn and a bread bun. After that we packed up our fishing rods and took the leftover corn and went fishing. A real man’s night!

We got to the little brook and Nicholas’ first interest was throwing rocks into the brook… undoubtedly the reason we never caught any fish. It wasn’t long after that he started watching his Dad fish and he grabbed up his rod and started “fishing”. We spent about fifteen minutes fishing together. I gave him some tips on how to cast his lure (with no hook) and then to reel it in. If there was a hook he would have lost it for sure with his slow reeling technique.

After this little bit of an adventure we went to hunt for a nearby Geocache. We found it without much problem (I was the one who hid it afterall) and we went through the contents. Nicholas was mainly interested in a pencil. I checked the logs to see who had signed it and then closed it all back up and we went on our way. Looks like I’ve got a real little buddy there!


I’m a married man!

What a wonderful day we had. This past Saturday, August 2nd, 2008, on the eleventh Anniversary of the beginning of our relationship Siobhan Keeping and I were married!

We had a pretty busy time leading up to the wedding but the wonderful people at Gros Morne Resort as well as Sister Margaret McLaughlin at “Our Lady of the Coast” Church made everything work out perfectly. The Resort was perfect and catered to our every need. The food was delicious at the wedding and at the Resort’s in-house restaurant. The rooms were great and the prices were wonderful. Nothing expensive, but everything seemed like it should have been.

Siobhan made a beautiful bride and Nicholas helped her father walk her up the Aisle. I managed to hold my composure for most of it, even though I probably sounded like a squeaky mouse while saying my vows.

We would like to thank everyone who helped to make our special day so much more special. I spent a wonderful three hours with my Grandfather the morning of the wedding while driving to and from Deer Lake to get the flowers and cake. What a great wedding gift that was! We would also like to thank everyone for the wonderful gifts we received.

John Nick Jeddore did our photos and I will be sure to post some as soon as he gets them together for us.

René and Siobhan Jeddre