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Monthly Archives: August 2009
Wandered around downtown whilst waiting to see Julia/Julie. A great film. That Meryl Streep is amazing as Julia Child. We hit the Italian Centre Shop to load up on all things Italian. Came home and ate the Italian stuff, and … Continue reading
Strolled over to the Farmer’s Market yesterday, and that was the extent of my walking. Unless you count vacuuming the apartment… and walking from the fire pit to the loo at my cousins. It was a great evening – Michael … Continue reading
Today I wandered along Whyte Ave only to be disappointed that my stationery store does not carry the Moleskine 18 month format journal. My disappointment was quickly diminished by meeting a good friend at the Sugar Bowl for two cartoon … Continue reading
12 block walk this evening. That’s it. Only event was a cyclist with a child in tow nearly ran into Michael. Beautiful evening. Warm with golden sunshine.
On account of preparing for a colonoscopy, and having the need of a loo within five paces, I am counting my walk to bus, and the extra six blocks I added by getting off two stops early on my commute … Continue reading
12 block walk through the ‘hood. Can hear Big and Rich and the happy crowd at Telus Field.
Now that Fringe is over, I have to get a more creative about my walk stories. I had an extra two block walk this morning on my way to work. Got to the bus stop. Saw the bus. Put hand … Continue reading
Sad and happy this is the last day of Fringe. Today we started with Red Bastard in Acacia Hall. We laughed the entire show, but I was terrified I was going to be singled out to perform some antic, then … Continue reading
The 12 block walk today included another pit stop at Holy Trinity Anglican Church to watch the Maltese Bodkin. An interesting play where time collides as Shakespeare’s best meets a 1930′s private eye with a defective lighter. The show was … Continue reading