Thursday, September 01, 2005

Blue Moon-Bow Express

Well, I'm getting better at saying goodbye. After I started crying while cutting garlic at Christine's house, I realized that grieving over leaving (haha, that rhymed) was sucking the joy out of my last moments here. So I decided that I'm not going to indulge my self-pity (or legitimate sadness) by crying until Saturday, when I leave. That way I'll have more good times I can look back on with joy. Like tonight - I drove to Pike Lake with Chris, just for kicks, and we saw like a hundred deer. And one rabbit. And one unidentified rainbow-like strip across the night sky that was NOT the Milky Way, that we named a Moon-bow.

So I'm leaving Saturday, at 2:45 PM, from the John G Diefenbaker airport. If you want to come see me cry, you are more than welcome. I will be sending an e-mail out to a lot of you to let you know what my new address will be. If you don't happen to be on my address list and you want my new address, e-mail me and let me know. My e-mail and blog site will remain the same.

In the last couple of days, I've made a few large purchases, and thanks to Evan and Scott who helped me in this. I bought my own acoustic guitar. He is blue, and since 12:30 tonight, he is called "Blue Moon-bow Express". He is travelling to Vancouver right now in Jordan's car. I got a very good deal on him. I also just bought a digital camera, so I will be able to post pictures here on my blog and in e-mails. Here is my first practice picture, of my family tonight.

Aren't they precious? Especially Rachel. Boy, I'm going to miss them. And a whole lot of other people...


Evan said...

We're going to miss you also.

Have fun, and say 'hi' to the baluga's in the aquarium for me.

Anonymous said...

who's that hottie in the yellow sweater? you should give me her number so i can date her. very hott.