Archive for January, 2006

platypus points

Tuesday, January 31st, 2006 — 10:17am PDT
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Yesterday the Pickton trial started. This is it – the big one – Canada’s BIG trial. He pleaded not guilty to 27 murder charges. I was telling John about how the saga unfolded 4 years ago when a pig farm in Port Coquitlem was swarmed with police and turned into a evidence-gathering base camp for […]

kaylee annelisa

Saturday, January 28th, 2006 — 9:45am PDT
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Heidi’s baby girl is adorable. We visited them in the hospital last week – everyone is happy and doing very well. we’re heading out to New West this morning (once we pick up my mom) then my mom and I are going to Heidi’s baby shower. Kaylee is 5 years younger than her brother Aiden, […]

squirrels, friend or foe

Thursday, January 26th, 2006 — 4:36pm PDT
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my brain is still pretty mushy from all the busy-ness so i’m not sure what i really have to comment on … or talk about or give insight…meh. i got free popcorn yesterday from the Nutman and um had a lovely skytrain ride. it turns out that feb 6th we will have a new government/prime […]

bork bork bork

Thursday, January 26th, 2006 — 2:57pm PDT
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so busy. so incredibly busy. although… laura just sent me this vid of an octopus eating a shark then i moved on to Perfect Situation by Weezer and Directions (Death Cab) from Chris hehe. always remember to support your local podcaster. every single day there’s something to do and it doesn’t help that it’s busy […]

mon francais est better than yours

Tuesday, January 24th, 2006 — 9:44am PDT
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There a are a few good summaries of the election. Conservatives have the most seats in the parliament and Stephen Harper *shudder* is our new Prime Minister. Although we are not giving the Tories complete power, they have a minority government – meaning there’s a a lot more opposition to deal with and to share […]

see diagram

Monday, January 23rd, 2006 — 2:06pm PDT
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First off, I just have to say that John and I have amazing families, we wouldn’t be the people we are today (and hopefully by that I mean good people) without their love and support. Now…There is so much election coverage, so much commentary, I’m really not sure what I could add to it besides […]