Archive for July, 2008

3 days to go!!!

And did those feet in ancient time, Walk upon England’s mountains green? And was the holy Lamb of God, On England’s pleasant pastures seen? And did the Countenance Divine, Shine forth upon our clouded hills? And was Jerusalem builded here, Among these dark satanic mills? Bring me my bow of burning gold; Bring me my […]

New page! Over there——>

I added a trip advisor map to my pages. You can find it on the column to the right —>

Camping Part Deux

Camping part two was a little different of an excursion than the first time. We decided against going up on Friday due to the massive thunderstorms that were forecasted and the fact that I was completely unprepared to leave! I spend the Friday shopping for fishing supplies, food etc. and trying to get everything we […]

restart – this is getting tedious!

This weekend was an eventful one, not in the fact that we did so much but for the fact that I realized I was going to have to go to England overweight and not only that, but I was probably going to end up going back to Gymnastics overweight too, something I had sworn I […]

..camping continued

.. where was I? Oh ya, the camping trip. So the tone for the weekend unfortunately was one of stress and drama, not that it affected Nicole and I but there was one person whose mission it seemed to be to steal the spotlight at any cost. I am not mentioning any names *COUGH*lori*COUGH* however […]

Let’s take a moment to reflect

Just as I did when I started, I want to go back to the Canada day weekend and the events that transpired. In this case they are significant because for the first time in, well, almost 9 years I suppose, Nicole and I went camping. Nicole found a small place not far from Toronto called […]

Happy Anniversary to me… or you? Us!!??

Hard to believe that 10 years ago today, July 7, 1998 I started out on my online journalling career. It was initially meant to be a communication tool for my family to keep up to date with what I was doing, given that I was the worst as staying in touch. It then rapidly declined […]