Love in the Brisk November air

Amber and I got another date as working guests at our friend Shane's wedding. I filmed their nuptials. He and Chrystal were wed at Fort Edmonton Park (where she worked for the summer as one of those old fashioned characters who churns butter or shoes horses). We were outside for a good portion of the time filming them being photographed and our faces numbed as a result.

They were married in a lovely little Anglican church and the reception took place at the neighbouring Hotel Selkirk.

I squeezed into my own wedding suit for the event.

Got to visit with some old buddies too. 


On October 31, Amber and I got to go on a date. But my mom was there too. But she wasn't really with us, she was on the stage. 

We attended Ignition Theatre's production of Deathtrap on the Matchbox stage. The Red Deer Express had this to say of my mom's performance:
Debby Allan brings her comedic strengths to Deathtrap as Sidney's nosy, psychic neighbour Helga Ten Dorp. Allen, who like Falk and Newton are well-known to Central Alberta Theatre audiences, doesn't miss a beat showcasing her engaging and energetic talents in a fresh theatrical setting.
Congrats mom! We enjoyed the show, even though we may have soiled ourselves.