on saturday, after a wonderful tim hortons breakfast, i went to piano class while sikander went for his 1 hour driving lesson. he had some work stuff to finish after that and my piano lesson was more than three hours long so we both became free at the same time.
after our classes i made the Thai Chicken (thanks to the recipe i found in the IGA calendar) that dad liked when he visited us last week. he had asked me if can make some more for him. are you sure? well, ok, i would love to.
later we drove to mississauga and on the way the sun was so bright that it was hard to look in front of the car. i all the time complain about the bright sun and sikander told me that he is going to get his chinese workers to throw the cold water on the sun.. and sure enough, just like every single time before, the sun went away after a few hours. i told him, can you ask your chinese workers to do it a little bit earlier! sikander told me to be patient, it may be a bit late but they all the time do a good job!
while sikander was talking with dad, i wanted to have my own relaxing time in the washroom but holy shit, after i flushed the water didn’t go down and it only came up and up and up and it flooded the floor. i turned off the flush’s water input valve but oh my god, what the hell happened here? i didn’t even do anything and i was just reading a magazine. let this kind of thing happen in my house, not in my in-laws house! i grabed paper towels and threw almost all the towels on the floor to try and dry the floor. how can i even touch this! i went downstairs to call sikander but him and his dad were too busy in some discussion so i did not want to trouble them. i brought rubber gloves and a plastic bag to the bathroom and started to use the plunger. thank god after 30 minutes everything was fine. i think it was a bunch of tissues stuck in the flush. hopefully no one would notice what happened here.
later at night we drove back home by first going downtown and then driving north along yonge street. we love yonge street. its so alive but cozy at the same time. our first condo will probably be south of yonge and eglinton. north of that is too far from downtown.