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Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Hi I wish I could say I was getting better at these but that would probably almost be close to a lie. (like I don't have enough sins- I pity the priest next time I go to the confessional!!). I am unhappy because we had municipal elections last night (my candidate didn't come in and the isiot I didn't want back in DID ). I am grateful as my boss is on vacation for 2 weeks so its a bit less stressful at work (I had a good job 10years ago and quit it for the private sector- boy was I stupid). I got a call from the union lady yesterday telling me that the metting supposed to be today after being put off already once was cancelled due to numbnuts taking the 2 weeks off. So I guet to face the music (or rather Id like to make HIM face it as HIS boss will be there also) Nov 9th. They are also closing the parking at work as I have to park in rugby park parking (next to where I work) of course they didnt plan for enough parking at the building where I work . GROAN.



Saturday, October 16, 2010

Yeah I thought I'd add to what I started yesterday - I suppose the one good thing about being sick is that my appetite is really curtailed - I suppose that would be OK except for the fact that I constantly get "bawled out" by the nutritional feedback page for not eating enough (not that I am nauseous all that much I just don't feel like eating), I tried to do some work around the house pretty tough even though I wanted to start (and finish ) some projects (but not today I guess ) I have to learn to be PATIENT and to realize one of the hardest lessons is that its in SOMEONE ELSE'S hands ,



Friday, October 15, 2010

Well its starting to cool off to more seasonal temps this weekend. I wouldn't neccesarily mind so much only I contracted the flu earlier on this week and have been off for the last 2 days. Have had the chills and all the other "nice" symptoms of the disease (I 'll leave the rest to you imagination). So needless to say, I haven't been as active as I might have liked to,which is a bummer. emoticon

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RORYLYONS 10/16/2010 2:18PM

Hang in there & get plenty of rest...

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MMNICKS 10/15/2010 8:45PM

    This will pass and then you can get back on the wagon.

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Sunday, October 10, 2010

Apparently you cannot add a blog late at night ( I did the previous entry at about 10 pm MDT on SATURDAY and the site entered it as though I had done it TODAY and yes I tried the trick of resetting the spart points calendar and cutting and pasting it did not help) Groan

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TIBURONA 10/10/2010 3:07PM

    I'm a night owl point getter. I frequently get caught up in the system maintenance period between 11pm and midnight on PST. At that time no accumulation of points is possible. I wish they would stagger their down-time. (You'd think I would have learned my lesson, but I still race to finish my spark business of the day in that last hour...LOL)

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Sunday, October 10, 2010

I imagine that this blog and my other comments could be confusing to some of the community as we in Canada celebrate "our" Thanksgiving earlier in the calendar (and NO its has NOTHING to do with the winter- in spite of some misconceptions some might have ). The thanksgiving we
celebrate has its origins in a celebration Martin Frobisher had (after safely returning from exploring the Arctic in 1578). I still recall some ambivalence about this weekend and its association (along with other holidays namely Christmas) with over indulgence and need I say it gluttony. I recall my first time working for the federal government 10 years ago in the High Arctic at a weather station (on a three month rotation- one of the best jobs I ever had why did I quit?) and they had a very nice meal. Actually it was TOO NICE if you get my meaning. Its not like I hate food but at times it seems like food hates me, at least if you take into account how effortlessly one can put away the pounds as opposed to taking them off - I am an asthmatic so I dont always like aerobic exercise particularly when I haven't worked up to it. I know I gained probably a good 25 or 30 lbs when I was in Eureka so when I cam e down south it was tough to lose (although having to bank my OT made it easier as I had 3 months off) Fortunately I go into exercise and I was still going to karate 3 times a week (including one night I was teaching at my own dojo) so it made it a bit less daunting. I rue the days when I was 18 with the metabolism to match (of course you ave to wonder if its all do to declining age or is it simply the lack of moving?).


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