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We’re Going to the Zoo, Zoo, Zoo…

Admission to the zoo: $46.00
Lunch at the zoo: $16.58
Gas to get to the zoo: $10.00
Pony ride at the zoo: $4.00
Watching your daughter see an antelope and screaming “MOOOOO!”: Priceless

We had initially decided to have a quiet day at home today, but round about 9:30 Aileen said “why don’t we do something today?” So after some discussion we arrived at the idea of going to the zoo. So we packed ourselves into the car and drove clear across Toronto to the Metro Toronto Zoo. It was a great day to be there. The crowds were as sparse as they are likely to be on a non-rainy summer Saturday and the weather cooperated very well, varying between clouds and sun, but without letting go a drop of rain.

The kids had a great time seeing all the animals they know from the Bible, their stories and of course, the occasional Disney movie.

So it was a nice day. I don’t understand how anyone can go through that sort of exhibition and still doubt the existence of a Creator. But perhaps I am biased!

Of course I had wanted to do some writing today and that isn’t going to happen now, so hopefully I’ll be able to get some done tomorrow.

Until then, enjoy your weekend!

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