Monthly Archives: September 2004

My dad came through the city again this evening – per his request, I picked him up at the truck depot, took him to the grocery store and then back to my place so he could grab a shower while … Continue reading

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For The Love of Books I arrived home from work this afternoon to discover that my order from Chapters had arrived – I ripped it open like it was Christmas morning although I already knew what the contents would be … Continue reading

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Creepy Grafitti My mother told me this evening about an area in Dartmouth that’s been experiencing random acts of vandalism – residents have been waking up in the morning and discovering the word ‘Dead’ spray painted on the sides of … Continue reading

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All’s Quiet TIFF ended on Saturday and then Tuesday night was our volunteer and donor recognition evening with work so most of Monday and Tuesday was a flurry of activity that’s resulted in much exhaustion on my part. And last … Continue reading

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All TIFFed Out The TIFF has come and gone and as long of a week as it was, I was sad to see it go. The festival ended last night, our last film for the 2004 TIFF – and the … Continue reading

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Home Sweet Home I’m sitting at my desk, bundled in fleece pants and a hooded sweatshirt – the night has turned cold and we’ve just returned from our 6th day and 22nd movie at the festival. I’m tired and should … Continue reading

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Today is, of course, my birthday (finally!). Hoorah!! Renu called me at 7am to wish my Happy Birthday but I was still asleep. She called again at 9:15. She wanted to know why I wasn’t at work and I laughed … Continue reading

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