At 365 things to do in Kitchener Waterloo, we’ve been getting up early. There’s so much to do, so little time

batmanLast week on 365 things to do in Kitchener Waterloo, we went walking through this winter wonderland at Waterloo Region’s Children’s Safety Village. There were cookies and hot chocolate and we’d built up quite an appetite, so we next went to Ennio’s and enjoyed some authentic Italian cooking. Ennio gave us $25 for our third 365 things to do in Kitchener Waterloo contest. Thanks Ennio, you’re the greatest!

On Sunday noon, we strolled down to Waterloo Public Square to show our support for light rail transit at the Rally for Rails. It was a good turn out, not as many as for “Ellen for Parade Marshal” but a good show of support. One mayor, one regional chair, the media and me, all froze our feet.

When it comes to delving into the minds of your friends, some bananas shouldn’t be peeled.  We went to the reading of three disturbing plays at the Globe Studio in Kitchener.

The next morning, for breakfast I had a meeting at the Fireside Restaurant in Kitchener. I had a ham and cheese omelet with whole-wheat toast and now I can understand why there’s such a long line up to get in on weekend mornings to get in. On Tuesday morning, I left my old computer and cell phone at RONA. They’re having a free drop off all week of old computers and electronics. Then, the next morning after that I had to get up early again to register for the winter leisure programs with the City of Waterloo.

The early bird gets the worm.

Around the offices of 365 things to do in Kitchener Waterloo, we’re thinking about Christmas and the coming soon of winter, maybe we can just sleep like bears until the whole thing blows over.

On facebook, our list of friends continues to grow and our website, too has a solid base or fabulous fans and furry friends. Where are we now? 600?

Maybe, you could talk to your friends. Tell them to get involved, get out and enjoy all this great city/region has to offer. And if you like to share, you could. You must have a favorite place to go or thing to do. We will all be richer for the experience.

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