If you knew how I long for you dear now that your gone you’d grow wings and fly home to me, home tonight and in the morning light… Much less expectantly than things ended, they have begun again.Read More
And though I’m sure you’ll find another Who will surely speed you on your way Don’t let the forest grow over the path you came there by. That’s it. That’s the end of our song. But she was worth it.Read More
So I’m back safe and sound. Algonquin, Ottawa, Montreal. Winter. Snowy paradise, snowy wasteland, snowy art. Cold. Driving down snow ridden two lane highways. Staying in an obscene penthouse. The event. Here are the photos. http://www.photo.net/photodb/folder?folder_id=563279 Oh, and if anyone knows how to make the OSX dock not open programs unless you double click, lend […]Read More Canadian Cradle Trip
If anyone is lucky enough to be a) reading my blog, and b) living in an area where “Headstrong pale ale” can be purchased I highly recommend it. It comes in 650ml bottles, which go for 3$ tax included at my ontario LCBO. It’s a real ale, and it has more character than all the […]Read More The perfect pint. What? MORE than a pint?!
Go Harper. You big lovable moron.Read More New parliamentary secretary to Francophonie can’t speak French
Going over my photo.net folders tonight I find myself suprinsingly depressed, or at least discouraged. Or, perhaps just redirected. Anyway, I re-discoverd the photos I took at Sarah’s australia celebration, and realized the best photo I’ve taken I took almost a year ago. (http://www.photo.net/photodb/photo?photo_id=2944510). …maybe I need to stop buying iso 200 filmRead More Photography
I have some new photos on photo.net. Some of which you should ignore, but some of which are from one of my biking trips to the gulf islands from last summer. It turns out you have to leave a comment here, and not on that page, if you don not have a photo.net account. http://www.photo.net/photodb/folder?folder_id=563279Read More New photos
In the news, recently discovered, “Prime-minister-designate Stephen Harper has pledged to introduce a resolution asking MPs whether they want to reopen the controversial [same sex marraige] debate, and promised it would be a free vote in which MPs can choose a side according to their conscience rather than their party.” -The Globe and Mail You […]Read More Going to Ottawa