Wednesday, October 17, 2007

tired

i'm tired, so i only have point form in me:

-oh flames, how did you blow a 4 goal lead?

-the colours are looking pretty good. maples are good trees...

-i'm guessing there won't be an election...the liberal party just isn't ready for it. (but stranger things have happened, so i guess we'll just have to wait and see)

that's all i've got. hopefully something interesting will happen soon.

7 comments:

Kirst said...

Do you guys know what day you will be flying in on? We are wanting to start a countdown with Taylor.

kris said...

You have to give it to them, the Conservatives are playing politics quite well.

Huda Hakawi said...

Something interesting, eh? Be careful what you wish for, it may happen!

Hope you find energy soon. We want to follow through with your suggestions. I will call you!

Sandra said...

Hmmmmm, this is weird but I would like to get in touch with Heather and figured this might be an easy way to go about it. I have been given the task of organizing an Amazing Race for our staff in Banff and I know that your sister did an amazing (hehe) job of the one for your wedding in Calgary. So, Heather, if you're listening could you drop me an email? slrussell@cbe.ab.ca Thanks!

Oh, and hi to you to Kristen:)

--Nathan-- said...

the problem with politics in this country (maybe not just this country but i cant speculate) is that too many people vote for a party like they cheer for their sports team.

you know, no matter what they will always be my team. best example is ottawa and toronto, toronto fans will never cheer for ottawa and vice versa no matter how good the other team might be playing.

jordan said...

You're right Nathan, people do vote for a party regardless of the platform just like a sports team. OK for sports (GO FLAMES!), but not so good for the country.

lu said...

i would be very excited about an election because i don't get to vote in anything but federal elections anymore. and i am missing out on voting opportunities!

it is not so much that i want a change in government (but i would like some changes in the current government), i just want to exercise my constitutional right to vote and i will be the first in line at the high commission and maybe even throw an election party to encourage all the expat canadians i know to vote. want to come?!