People Safe From Being Picked Out of a Police Line Up
(at least by me)
jump the tracks
Sunday, April 07, 1996
To Do Before Leaving for Scotland, a list, by jo
Edit as of April 14, 2005: Found out the Heart and Stroke foundation will be very happy to take in my office supplies. Yay!
Get new glasses Go to the Muttart Conservatory with friends
- Go to Fort Edmonton
- Spend an afternoon with various friends
Find a way to get my cat to my parents - West Jet will take him for 40$ plus tax
- Visit Jenn, Tom and Carla, my parents, and anyone else who takes it into their head to move to Vancouver
- Get my Working Holiday Visa for the UK.
- Price out plane tickets
Get rid of all the clothing I don't want anymore
- Donate all the stuff I have sitting around waiting to be donated, including
office supplies and furniture
- Return various boxes of stuff to Barry, Kris, P.A.L.S., and Joe
- Give the people who have laid claim on the rest of my furniture the stuff they want
- Call the Student Trash People to haul away all the broken furniture
- Wash the walls of the apartment clean - they are covered in various chalk drawings
Edit as of May 1, 2005: Did a bunch of stuff this month, loved every second of it
Edit as of May 21, 2005: Sent off forms for Visa. Now all I can do is wait. And not spend the 3500$ in my bank account until there is a visa for me. God, waiting waiting waiting....
A 20-something Canadian who used to teach English in China. There's lots in the archives about my experiences with teaching, with culture shock, and with my adventures in China. Occasionally it meanders into melancholy (part of the culture shock), which must be very dull to read, so you can skip that.
But right now, I'm back in Canada, and kinda determined to do something with the several thousand photos I took, as well as write more about China and other stuff.
People I Could Pick Out of a Police Lineup
(and thus should stay on my good side)
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