New beginnings on old grounds.

Goose Bay is now my home base again. I’ve been here a couple weeks now and I’m only now getting around to blogging about it. To tell you the truth, it’s a little weird. Well, a lot weird. As you might know if you have followed my blog, I actually lived here for a couple of years before moving to Newfoundland to pursue Journalism school. Now I’m back here in the big land working. I’m the social media coordinator for Destination Labrador.

I’m on a computer pretty much the whole day Monday-Friday so I took a little time away from the screens today to go for a drive. I visited some old stomping grounds, everything’s the same, just seeing it through fresh eyes.

Here’s some pics. Til next time!

M.

 

 

Arts and Crafts.

Arts: the class of objects subject to aesthetic criteria; works of art collectively, as paintings, sculptures, or drawings: a museum of art; an art collection.

Crafts: an art, trade, or occupation requiring special skill, especially manual skill: the craft of a mason.

I like arts & crafts.

Newest project. I call it my ‘happy frame’.

I didn’t mean to neglect you.

Sorry blogland for being so distant, I’ve just had a LOT of work to do – and I’m still doing it. I’m going to be on hiatus for the next few weeks probably, unless I feel like procrastinating again like I am tonight.

I’ve been busy with my research paper on the offshore fishery, with writing stories, with reading chapters in my ethics guidebook. There’s been a lot of stuff going on!

This weekend Aaron and I went to Piccadilly for a drive, little did I know there was a gem of a restaurant out there that I had certainly missed out on. Aaron works out on the peninsula almost daily so he’s been there a few times, but this was my first. It’s called Oliver’s Restaurant and the food and atmosphere there is quite nice.

I had the Oliver burger and fries with hamburger meat, gravy and onion. Man, don’t criticize, that stuff tasted awesome and I regret nothing.

Here’s a few photos from that day.