Monthly Archives: November 2010

Radio, radio, radio

A good song by Rancid, and also the theme of todays photo.

In our CHUG 740 radio show today I was the sports reporter. Every Monday each student does a different task. There’s not much else I can say about it, other then it’s a buttload of fun lol.

Here’s the link, you can stream the show live every Monday from 3:30 to 4:30.

http://www.cna.nl.ca/troubadour/Radio.asp

Jets vs. Mariners

I had to complete a photo assignment over the weekend, nothing too major, just an action shot. I have a few, but these pictures are my favorite. The task was actually more challenging then I thought though. It’s really hard to get a sensible picture through the plexi-glass.  I would have went up in the stands if I had a better lens; 18-55mm just doesn’t cut it.

This, coincidentally, was my very first Ice Hockey game. I’ve honestly never sat in on a game before. This game was the Port Aux Basque JR. Mariners vs. the Stephenville JR. Jets.

Singin’ in the snow

Today marks the very first snowfall of the season in Stephenville Crossing. Not a lot went on today besides some Christmas shopping and cooking – just the way I like it.

I’m going to be cramming all day tomorrow, I have to prepare a presentation (which I haven’t started yet) for my Political Science class.

Regretfully I haven’t got much to say tonight. Here’s a picture to make up for lost words.

dis is teh face of sum one unimpressd. rememberz it.

Five months and two days later…

And my blog is still alive! who knew?

I’m doing everything in my power to avoid working on my Political Science research paper at the moment. I’m sitting here in my office with earplugs in because the neighbors stupid dog is a yappy one. I do have a licence for Firearms, just sayin’.

Anyway, I have to tell you a little secret of mine, which might not even be a secret, it’s definately not uncommon: I LOVE CHRISTMAS!

I actually have Christmas lights on in the office right now, every time I get bummed out by my paper, I look over at the lights and remind myself that it’s only a couple weeks until Aaron and I make the long drive down the Island, cross the ferry and drive home 🙂

One thing that I’m really going to miss this christmas is my dog, Kimo. That’s what tonight’s picture is. It’s been over 7 months since I lost my dog, but every time I think about him I can’t help but shed a tear.