Archive for September, 2006


I was driving home the other day to find a miserably lost doberman cross ridgeback female on the path to the house. She looked completely disorientated and thirsty. I tried to get her back to the house several times before be being successful. We looked around the area for the owner and even put up a sign 5 days ago but still haven’t heard anything. We’re not sure we want to keep the poor thing but she’s very sweet. She’s clever. She’s energetic. She’s well behaved. She doesn’t bother our cats too much and she has a funny way of snapping when she wants to play. On top of that, she likes to run around the farm with my wife on her daily run so I’m quite happy about that. So far we’ve named her Nemo and are still pondering whether or not to keep her. I don’t think we’ll be able to go to the SPCA with her, it would be too emotional for us. Besides that, I can’t even get her into my truck! Anyway, we’ll see what gives and we may even have a new addition to the family. Check the sweety below!


September 30th, 2006


It’s a tough job but someone’s got to do it. We all have to sell something eventually, even ourselves to potential clients or partners. I kinda like reading a blog called salespodder that covers all sorts of topics with regards to sales, general commentary, pop culture and selling tips.

September 7th, 2006

Changing of the Leaves

It’s September already and the more I think about it, the more I realise it is fast approaching the time of year when mother nature decides to give us a treat and dazzle us with a vibrant show of leaves changing to bright red, yellow and orange as the icy cold North American winter arrives. A great place to visit and get to see the leaves change colour in fall is Montreal. The leaves can best be seen just an hour outside of town in the Laurentians or the Eastern Townships. The forests become am amazing sea of vibrant colours! The Eastern US states are also said to be quite good but I prefer the spectacle on offer from my hometown and the beautiful Canadian outdoors. 🙂

September 7th, 2006

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