July 2007

moving day !

July 16, 2007 11:39

Condensing your life into only a few suitcases is difficult. Getting a macbook for a computer has helped though. Today, I begin the task of moving my attempts to condense my life to the city! Vancouver! I won't officially be living there until September though I will be spending all of this week getting things set up and then spending another 2 weeks and some odd days of August there. I'm excited, I'm thrilled, I can't believe all those years of excitement about graduating and being able to go to school are finally over and behind me. I'm registered, I've paid my fees and it's all set in stone. I am so incredibly thrilled!!! Now if I can just get used to my new little computer. hmm....

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"impressively virtuosic" - it gets better as it goes along :)

July 6, 2007 12:47

Some afternoon entertainment for you all.

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