Monthly Archives: May 2010

Just the (Hali)fax

Hello fair readers. Greetings from (intermittently) sunny Halifax! I’m having a wonderful trip. For those of you not up-to-speed, I lived here for four years — only moving away in September when I decided to overhaul my life and head

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Train blogging (Halifax-bound)

That’s right – the adventures continue: I am writing this blog-post on a train bound for Montreal (oh, how I love having Wi-Fi while in-motion!). When I arrive, I’ll buy myself a magazine (a luxurious treat!) and will then board

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Cut Off!

Ok, I’ll admit it: maybe I have an addiction. My computer is in the shop. I dropped it off with the Queen’s University IT people yesterday to have them replace it’s Mac-plasticky black casing. The computer had developed a crack

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My room with a view…

It’s 10 am and the day’s TO-DO list is already unfurling in front of me. It’s got a whack of tasks on it – everything from my needing to put in a couple of hours doing my job as a

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