Monday, June 28, 2010

Monday, June 28: Take THAT, graphic design!

I FINALLY FINISHED THE MINI-DESIGN PROJECT! Well, sorta. Pictures still need to be placed, but who cares? The tedious work is behind me!

This is an extremely short week; weeks go by fast enough! I can't believe it's almost July.

Will Marsha pull off 3 full videos in 1 month?

Will she find enough redheads?

Will her sanity leave her before the Torngats come? STAY TUNED TO FIND OUT!

One of my regular annoyances every day is the drive to work. Don't get me wrong, I usually LOVE driving to and from work; Island Morning on CBC Radio blaring, sunnies halfway down my nose, extra large black coffee aroma wafting through the air, it's all fantastic. Then, construction began on the Charlottetown bypass, and that has successfully added on average 18-20 minutes on my trip one way. If it was a detour that took that long, that would be alright. Marsha's happy as long as she has new and interesting things to look at out the window. Unfortunately, it's the kind of construction you just have to grind your teeth and not throw mind bullets at the walkers passing you.

Then you pass the hospital and can finally make some headway. Thank goodness Dalvay is about a half hour drive away from home; it gives me time to calm.

Photo of the day: My record breaking 24 minute wait in construction tonight. That's what I get for attempting it at "rush hour" (I use that term loosely on Prince Edward Island).

I sat in front of a "please drive slowly" sign for about 5 minutes but only noticed the irony when I was almost by it. 

You see that long line of cars? Ugh. By the time I got home I felt a strange need to get gas purchased at an Irving... 

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