Sunday, August 10, 2003

Hello and welcome to yet another return to the wonderful world of Blogging by the man of a 1000 returns :) Hopefully this one will be for a while.

As if blogging coulden't any easier, Blogger has introduced Blog This!. It's a neat little Java script program that allows you to add things to the blog without actually going to the website. It drags and drops right in to the bookmark/Favorites file (depending if you're using Internet explorer or Netscape/Mozilla), and allows you to publish. It's a great little idea. As soon as I saw it I was all over it. I expect that you will be as well.

So what's been going on lately? Well, I've got a new job at ICT. I'm now an assistant trainer for the Aliant program. After a few uptraining classes; this past week was my first full class of new people; in combination with the head trainer. After a couple of days, I've been working on some special projects that are going to keep me out of the class for part of this go around; but it's a job that I really enjoy.

Other then work; there hasn't been much going on. Congratulations have to go out to Dana and Dave on their wedding. I did the music for the ceremony, and what a beautiful ceremony it was. One of the funny things of the event occured on thursday night at the rehersal dinner. We all went to the Rodd Miramichi for what turned out to be a wonderful supper. One of thier specialitys is Salmon with a "Miramichi tradition"; Boiled Mayonnaise. I found this a little strange, but never really thought about it until Jessica, sitting beside me; asked if I had ever hear of it. Turns out all of the locals never heard of this so called "Miramichi Tradition". Those that had it say it was very good.

Speaking of Jess, for those that don't know, She's moved home for a while, anyway. I was a little worried what it was going to be like when she came home, knowing that in the past, she had talked about not wanting to come back. After talking to her for a bit, she's happy to be home. That makes me really happy, as we've got to spend some time together the past couple of weeks, and I can say that I am very happy to have my best friend back on the 'chi :)!!

In a NWF update, I had taken a bit of a leave of absence a few months ago, but am now on the comeback trail. I have my first NWF match back this coming week at Insomnia, facing Jae and "Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels. It's going to be a tough one, but I think the break did me some good, as I'm very happy with what I've come up with so far. You may want to check it out at Nightmare Wrestling

It's not the only e-fed action that CD Lawrence has been in lately as I have also entered RPW. With two shows, Razor and Spinebuster, it can be a demanding schedule. So far I've only appeared on Spinebuster, but this past week was rewared with a win in the main event to advance in a tournamant for the vacant Television title. I don't want to say it's easier, but with a 100 line limit, it does make things more manageable. To check out what CD Lawrence is up to lately, Check out the website. That's where I post the Rp's for RPW. I'll also be posting the RP's for the return in NWF soon as well. I really enjoy using this whole CD Lawrence character. Maybe somewhere down the line, it could be made into a book.

Speaking of books, work has begun again on the proposed book of woodstock stories. Myself, Dave L and Dave M are working on a few things. What spured this one on is the upcoming reunion of 20 years of Comm Arts students, taking place on Sept 27 and 28 in woodstock. I know a few people that I've spoken to are ready for it. It should be a good time. Any NBCC Communication Arts Grads that see this and want more information can check out the website Here. It's going to be a great time, so pass the word along.

That's about all the news for now, I'll be back soon. Question,comments or death threats can be sent to This address. If people I went to NBCC with see this, drop me a line. I'd like to know who's all going to be ready to party in September.

Thanks and LAter

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