Monthly Archives: April 2005

It’s almost May!!

It’s almost May!!, originally uploaded by Becky B.. This is the view outside my window. Note that tomorrow is the month of May, and there’s snow outside on the ground. I’m one bitter woman.

School mistakes huge burrito for a weapon(no I don’t make this stuff up) CLOVIS, N.M. – A call about a possible weapon at a middle school prompted police to put armed officers on rooftops, close nearby streets and lock down the school. All over a giant burrito. Someone called authorities Thursday after seeing a boy […]

MayWorks: The Art of LabourSaskatoon 2005 MayWorks is held in Saskatoon annually. It celebrates the building of communities and people’s struggles for social and economic justice. Our Festival brings together workers and their families, musicians and artists to celebrate. Each year we have programs that are focused on, and related to, different facets of labour, […]

I’m currently stranded on thesis-island. Well, make that the deserted computer lab on the second floor of the Arts building. I’m onto draft I-don’t-know-how-many of my chapter 2 — but I think it’s good. Well, make that — tolerable. Then again, I’ll not really know for sure until I talk to my supervisor who I’ve […]

News flash: my good friend LT is now officially engaged to the lovely Carol! Congrats, you two! I wish you both much happiness.

The president does it again! No, I’m not talking about his meager press conference last night (of which I blissfully missed) — I’m referring to his recent ambassador appointment to Canada. Let’s just say it follows in a long line of familiar, Bushian reasoning. For example, He nominated his National Security Advisor and chief war […]

My friend Randall recently answered a question of mine on his blog: The whole issue of “calling” is one that’s interesting to me. Not too long ago, someone tried to explain to me that they were “called” to a ministry where all signs pointed the OTHER way. But if we questioned, we weren’t questioning the […]